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      /  ZOOM MEETING: Brian Dougherty - Founder of Berkeley Softworks - GEOS - Thursday, April 18, 2024 !
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ZOOM MEETING: Brian Dougherty - Founder of Berkeley Softworks - GEOS - Thursday, April 18, 2024 !
Posted on 10-Apr-2024 18:36:11
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TPUG (Toronto PET Users Group) is pleased to reconnect you with one of the most intriguing entrepreneurs of the mid-1980’s home computing era. Brian Dougherty was the founder of Berkeley Softworks, the company that developed GEOS (Graphic Environment Operating System) for the Commodore 64, C128, Plus/4, and the Apple II series of computers.

In addition to GEOS, the company also released complementary software and hardware such as geoPublish and geoRAM. GEOS and its ecosystem of products granted 8-bit computers the type of functionality previously only seen on more powerful computers like the Amiga, an ambitious feat that continues to be admired by retrocomputing fans worldwide.


Brian Dougherty will be interviewed by Toronto-based UI Designer Lucas Gramajo.


Mark your calendars! As usual, you can also watch the event later - just subscribe to TPUG's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/@TorontoPETUsersGroup

Date: Thursday, April 18, 2024.

Time: 7:30PM ET. (Toronto, Canada).

Zoom details: https://www.tpug.ca


Thanks for attending !

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