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Forum: New Developer forum for all Amiga-systemsPrint


Olaf Schönweiß created a new and cosy developers forum for all of us Amiga-programmers called Amiga-Development.

The idea behind this new initiative from Olaf is to provide a nice platform for all those programmers out there on all Amiga-systems that are available, including Aros. This way all our (common) programming knowledge can be shared amongst eachother.

So if you are a developer that seeks help, need assistance for supporting 'those' other Amiga-platforms, want to share knowledge or simply want to announce ones projects that are under development, then please take a look at these new forums.

It does not matter if your interrest is about classic 68k, MOS, OS4, AROS, c, c++, E, assembler or other exotic programming language or hardware. There is even room for hardware related projects for all those hardcore developers out there. The new forums aims to be a good follow-up for the old utilitybase webforums.

At the same time Olaf is asking for help from those old posters of utilitybase, in order to be able to preserve all knowledge that was expressed in the past on the utilitybase webforums, as he cannot do that himself.

If you can leave the 'mine is bettter then yours'-attitude at home then you are more than welcome to these new forums.


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