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TI-CAS was a site designed for programmers and students, featuring lots of math-related programs and literature.
(Taken from TI-Asm about page)
TI-CAS.org's TI-ASM website is designed to be an invaluable resource both for beginning assembly language programmers and for programmers with a great deal of experience. To help you get started, the tools section contains assemblers, editors, and even emulators to cover all aspects of development. There are also many tutorials available to teach you the basics of assembly. More advanced programmers can consult the resources, routines, and articles sections. Finally, if you want to test your skills against the best of the best, you can try out our programming contest.
TI-ASM is composed and maintained by Clement Vasseur and Jonah Cohen. Any questions or comments regarding the contents of TI-ASM should be sent to them, as well as any particular assembly language questions that may not have been addressed on the site. Ideas for future tutorials, contests, resources, etc., are also encouraged.
- Olivier Miclo
- Jonah Cohen
- and Clem Vasseur
- List of their important milestones (founding, important programs, etc.)
(Taken from May 2000 ticalc.org news article)
Posted by Nick on 28 May 2000, 06:13 GMT
Olivier Miclo, Jonah Cohen, and Clem Vasseur have collaborated to form a web site called ti-cas.org. This site was designed with both the developer and the student in mind: it offers programs and tutorials for creating intriguing programs for the 68K FLASH-based calculators, along with providing a lot of math-related programs and literature as well. This looks very promising. It's in two different languages (to bridge the infamous gap that's been unceremoniously established), and it's even backed by TI. If you're interested in developing, or you're just a student wanting to explore, pay them a visit!