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hardware OS4   hardware OS4 : APC&TCP is searching for developers
   posted by AndreasM on 31-May-2007 10:29:20 (1957 reads)
To speed up some projects in development, APC&TCP is searching for programmers with good or very good knowledge in 68k assembler and very important C, and even C++. Experiences in audio/video/graphics sector are explicit needed! GUI design is done via ReAction and/or MUI, some things even with old GadTools. We need some genius for AmigaOS3 and OS4. MorphOS isnt a drawback of course. Payment done after agreement!

Andreas@apc-tcp.de
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Re: APC&TCP is searching for developers
Posted on 1-Jun-2007 16:42:44
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For what? Digibooster? Please say it's DigiBooster!


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Re: APC&TCP is searching for developers
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DigiBooster, Flyin High, SeaSide, PBD, Pulsator and many other


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Amiga Future, Amiga Poster, AmiATLAS, CygnusEd, DigiBoosterPro, Marblelous, Desert Racing, Amiga Guru Book, Flyin High, Pinball Brain Damage, Roadshow, Scene Archives...

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Re: APC&TCP is searching for developers
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Renoise ?

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Re: APC&TCP is searching for developers
Posted on 1-Jun-2007 21:21:39
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do you see renoise in apc-tcp's product line? :P


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Re: APC&TCP is searching for developers
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No but i want it on apc-tcp's product line ;)

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Re: APC&TCP is searching for developers
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PBD - Pinball Brain Damege ?
SDL multiplatform version would be nice

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