Io.js 1.0 beta lands
FreeBSD sets sail
FreeBSD hasn’t been out in the clouds that much but that may be changing. DigitalOcean has announced FreeBSD on their cloud and thats a company who has till now only done Linux as their OS. Someone quickly posted the Dmesg output to show it was a real thing too. This could be a very special year for FreeBSD.
This takes me back – the source code for Microsoft’s Basic for 6502 is now available. Written in MACRO-10 assembler so the PDP-10 could compile it, Paul Allen made macros to turn make the MACRO-10 engine handle 6502 assembly. That is some fine work. Now… where is that wait 6502,255 code… the associated article tells all and explains how it works.
PS: Regular visitors might notice the look of the site has changed. We’re experimenting with something a little fresher and we’d love to know what you think.