Developers’ fireside chat – 2nd March

While the number of people using RISC OS is very small by the standards of other other operating systems, and by extension the number of programmers comparatively minuscule, within the community the number of people programming is – probably, at least – quite high as a proportion of users. One of the reasons for this is almost certainly the ease with which it is possible to start programming a RISC OS computer, with one very popular language supplied out of the box – BBC BASIC is included as part of…

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Southwest show news summary

It’s the final countdown round up, dododoo-doooo, dodo-do-do-doooo… As anyone who is anyone should know, the 2024 RISC OS Southwest Show is taking place in just a few days time. If anyone is somehow not in the know about this, I can only assume they’re either not RISC OS users, or they’ve only started using it and reading this site in the last few days. For their benefit, then, the show will take place on Saturday, 24th February, at: The Arnos Manor Hotel,470 Bath Road,Arnos Vale,Bristol,BS4 3HQ. The venue is…

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Chris Hall set to wave at London

Well, to talk about the Waveshare Mini-B IO board to ROUGOL. Same thing, right? Not yet formally announced by the RISC OS User Group of London (ROUGOL), but listed on the website, the group’s next meeting will take place on 19th February, and the speaker will be Chris Hall on the topic of the Waveshare Mini Base board (CM4-IO-BASE-B), which he will be bringing along with him to demonstrate.

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