• Programming Languages

    At last, a useful phone service for hackers!

    Imagine the following, all too often occurring scenario: you are in the supermarket, and suddenly you feel the urge to convert the price of that loaf of bread to hexadecimal. But how are you going to do that with just your dumbphone? Easy! It all started with finding a service that offers a cheap SIP…

  • Embedded Hardware, Programming Languages

    Getting Started With The GA144 And ArrayForth

    The GA144 chip by GreenArrays is unique in several ways: It has 144, 18-bit cores. It is asynchronous, so there is no clock. It is programmed in Forth, and GreenArrays provides colorForth, a version of arrayForth specifically for the GA144. Even though there is adequate documentation, getting started with this chip can still be quite…

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