Saturday December 3 – Sunday December 4, 2016
Vendor setup @ 8:00am
Doors open @ 10:00am
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Special guest speaker: Former Commodore engineer, Bil Herd. Bil was head engineer on the Commodore C128 and TED series machines.
We are pleased to welcome the following presentations in 2016:
Schedule is tentative and subject to change!
Saturday December 3rd
10:00 Ian Colquhoun – Opening Remarks
11:00 Syd Bolton – Why Commodore is the Best
12:00 Steve Gray + Leif Bloomquist – The Visual Memory Display
1:00 John Hammarberg – Making of the Globe demo for the Commodore REU
2:00 Bil Herd – SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKER
4:00 Jason Kolodziejczak – An in-depth look at Amiga Graphics
5:00 Leif Bloomquist – The SwinSID Ultimate
5:30 Ricardo Quesada – The UniJoysticle unicycle simulator for the Commodore 64 (video presentation)
6:00 ** RAFFLE **
7:00 Dinner Break
9:00 Socializing / Shopping / Hacking
Sunday December 4th
10:00 – Show re-opens
11:00 Ian Colquhoun – The Vampire II Accelerator for the Amiga 600
2:00 Dan Laskowski – Custom MIDI interface hardware for Fastfingers and 6502 ML programming
3:00 Showing of 8 Bit Generation: The Commodore Wars
5:00 Socializing / Shopping / Hacking continues
In addition, the following projects will be on display:
Josh Bensadon – Loading Micro-soft 4K BASIC from papertape on an ALTAIR 8800
Zbigniew Stachniak – “Digital Archaeology: the annals of the MCM/70 software recovery”
Dan Kovacs – VIC20 (with Ultimem), C128 with C64NIC+, Commodore 16 and Amiga 1200, 1541 Ultimate II+
If you are interested in being a presenter please contact us!
Check out demos from past WoC shows at TPUG’s YouTube channel.