Mar 16, 2016
Arthur Leyenberger, Atari columnist
Arthur Leyenberger wrote the "Outpost: Atari" column in Creative Computing magazine, the End User column in A.N.A.L.O.G. Computing, and the ST User column in ST-Log magazine. He was also editor of the Jersey Atari Computer Group newsletter.
This interview took place on November 10,...
Mar 14, 2016
Jeff Bell, Atari coin-op
Jeff Bell worked for Atari Games for 31 years. He stated in 1973 as a Pong inspector, then moved to the engineering department, specifying requirements for parts. He worked in IT and system administration, and did other jobs in his more than three decades with the company. He also ran the...
Mar 12, 2016
Stephen Lawrow, Mac/65 assembler
Stephen Lawrow created the Mac/65 assembler, which was published by Optimized Systems Software. Stephen became an employee of OSS, where he also worked on the company’s enhanced BASIC products, BASIC XL and BASIC XE.
This interview took place on November 1, 2015. In this interview we...
Mar 10, 2016
Bob Stahl, Atari receiving inspection and software quality
Bob Stahl worked in the Atari home computer division, where he was the senior technician in the receiving inspection department, doing first article inspection. (He explains what that means in the interview.) He then moved to software quality engineering,...
Mar 8, 2016
Clayton Walnum, A.N.A.L.O.G. Computing and ST-Log
Clayton Walnum was writer and editor at A.N.A.L.O.G. Computing and ST-Log magazines. He started out as technical editor at A.N.A.L.O.G., and was eventually executive editor of both magazines. Clayton wrote the C-manship column - an ongoing tutorial on the C programming...