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Kevin G.


San Jose, CA

Member since:

November 14, 2011

How long have you been interested in Forth?

Since the early 80's; Loeliger's TIL, Byte Mag articles, etc. I played around with Pygmy FORTH and ColorForth a bit, and started a project akin to CommandoForth for the 68HC11, written in Lua (but of course, I ran out of steam), and have observed Chuck's GreenArrays developments with interest. But I've never used FORTH professionally, and have watched C/C++ take over my industry (in some ways for the better, in some ways not).


20+ yrs embedded programming and related tools and process development in SV industry, mostly mass-storage devices. I've never used FORTH professionally, but have always been drawn to and fascinated by it. Been following CM and GA development.

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