Thursday, October 15, 2020

HPCC 2020 Virtual Conference and Document Website

 HPCC 2020 Virtual Conference and Document Website 


HPCC 2020 Virtual Conference


The HPCC 2020 Virtual Conference took place on October 10, 2020.   The HPCC is the Handheld and Portable Computer Club is a long running calculator and computer site based out of the United Kingdom.  Their meetings are held virtually on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of every month.  I have recently joined the HPCC and glad to be a part of the club. 

You can find more information on the meetings here:  http://www.hpcc.org, under the Home tab.  Membership rates are between £17 to £23 depending where you live.


The conference has the following speakers and topics:


Eric Rechlin:  USB Drive Update

Jake Schwartz:  Updates to the PPC Archive

Bob Prosperi:  Swiss Micros DM41X - A little late; a lot better

Eric Hazen:  HP-25 Re-implementation on Z80 with VFD display

Michael Park:  MP-29 - a tactile touchscreen calculator

Mark Power:  Prime G2

Sylvain Côté:  Clonix & NoV modules for the HP-41

Edward Shore:  CAS and Calculators

Gene Wright and Włodek Mier-Jędrzejowicz: HP's Worst Calculators

Godwin Stewart:  Presentation on DMConnect 

Will Marchant:  DM16 in a satellite launch campaign


Conference web page:  http://www.hpcc.org/conferences/index.html


Each talk has slides for download and the corresponding YouTube video.  Special thanks to Eric Rechlin. 


HP Documentation Website


Eric Rechlin of hpcalc.org has put together a new website where you can download manuals for Hewlett Packard calculators, past and present.  


Link:  https://literature.hpcalc.org


Coming soon:  the USB that contains information calculator conferences including manuals through 2020 will be available his commerce site,  https://commerce.hpcalc.org.


Eddie  (Edward Shore)


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