Category: CoCo Developers

Who’s who in the CoCo developers community? These people have made their mark or could be on their way to joining the long list of recognizable contributors.

CoCo IDE Bundle

The winter months are my favorite time for CoCo programming.  Sometimes I decide that this winter I’m going to crank out a nice game or app and I want to have it done by Christmas so I can share it…

Luis (Felipe) Antoniosi

Luis Antoniosi just thrust the entire CoCo community into the modern computer world by giving the CoCo 3 a way to use a VGA monitor! Luis has been working on this project for several years and seems to be constantly…

John W. Linville

John Linville is a CoCo developer and guru who’s given us numerous releases over the past few years including an impressive movie player! Unless you’ve made a movie player for the CoCo like John did, you’re lacking skills!! What sorcery…

Ed Snider

As of January 2016, Ed Snider (aka Zippster) was active with numerous awesome CoCo 1,2,3 hardware projects including but not limited to: CoCoSDC-based animations Enhanced RGB2VGA version (VGA for CoCo 3) VGA for the CoCo 1/2 Enhanced 6847 VDG upgrade…

Roger Taylor

Roger may be known for his past CoCo jewels such as The Projector, Projector-3, The Rainbow IDE, Portal-9 IDE, CCASM 6809 cross assembler, Phoenix IDE, Jeweled, and has spent every year since the mid 80s helping keep the CoCo alive…

Nickolas Marentes

My interest in programming games began with the purchase of my first computer back in 1980, a Tandy TRS-80 Model 1. In 1984, I moved on to the Tandy Color Computer 2 and 1986,  a Tandy Color Computer 3 which I still program…

John Kowalski (Sock Master)

John Kowalski is a well-known expert with the TRS-80/Tandy Color Computer with some of the most impressive graphics demos to ever be created in this community. He’s taken people up on many challenges before and I don’t know of any…