Veteran C= repairman Ray Carlsen will discuss his work in a video presentation.
Kent Sullivan and Bryan Minugh of Dr. Evil Laboratories will speak about the classic Swiftlink-232 cartridge - how it came to be created, its design, and the rest of his history. If you have questions about the classic SID Symphony cartridge from Dr. Evil Labs, have those ready, too.
Transactor writer, Noel Nyman, will have a presentation entitled, “How to Build a Commodore Cartridge Without EPROMs”, and will exhibit his Commodore, wire-wrapped, prototype cartridge.
In addition, he will have a brief presentation entitled, “Opcodes… Schmopcodes… Commodore and Apple Similarities.”
In a video presentation, Leigh Klotz, Jr. tells a bit of how he developed Logo for the C64 and the Plus/4 computers.