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New Development on Old Systems: Exploring the NES in 2016 with Rachel Simone Weil

New Development on Old Systems: Exploring the NES in 2016 with Rachel Simone Weil

Show #537 Jul 22 2016 plus show notes

Rachel Simone Weil thinks in 6502 Assembly and loves to program on the Nintendo Entertainment System. Yes, that's the NES and yes, it's 2016! She's created a number of amazing NEW apps including the world's first connected Twitter client for NES.

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