Well, it’s here at last. QL Is 30 takes place in Edinburgh this weekend – for further details have a look at the official QL Is 30 website at http://www.gwicks.net/QLis30.htm So hard to believe the Sinclair QL has been around for 30 years!
The BASIC programming language is 50 years old this year – it derives from Dartmouth BASIC: Dartmouth BASIC is the original version of the BASIC programming language. It is so named because it was designed and implemented at Dartmouth College. The language was designed by John Kemeny and Thomas Kurtz as part of the Dartmouth […]
Now that the QL Is 30 event has been confirmed for Edinburgh this October, Geoff Wicks has set up a page with information about the event – have a look at http://www.gwicks.net/QLis30.htm The page has travel information for getting to the venue, plus accommodation and activities information. Geoff mentioned that the page had received 70 […]
The QL was announced by Sinclair in London on 12th January 1984, 30 years ago today! Urs König has prepared a special website to celebrate this – have a look at http://www.qlis30.org.uk/
Who would have guessed back in 1984 that the QL would be still around in 2014, let alone that there would be a thriving little community of QLers around the world staying in touch via the internet! The QL was announced to the world at a press conference in January 1984. Urs König (former QL Trader […]
If you didn’t know already, former QL Today editor and QL software trader Geoff Wicks has a News page on his website at http://www.gwicks.net/justwords.htm Now that the only regular printed magazine for the QL is a bi-monthly Quanta magazine, this is a great way of keeping up with the QL news. The page also links […]
Interesting to read the slow drip of message son QL Forum and QL-Users list about the possibility of a QL is 30 event next year, to celebrate 30 years of the Sinclair QL computer. Opinion seems to be in favour of an event in the autumn and no real alternative (UK) venue to the computer […]