[stella] (Slightly OT) Experienced 6502 coders

Subject: [stella] (Slightly OT) Experienced 6502 coders
From: Russ Perry Jr <slapdash@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 4 Mar 2002 22:49:40 -0600
A list member sent this, asking if it was okay to forward it, and I
don't see any real harm in that.  I like the synchronicity of the
part about 128 bytes...

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Date: Mon, 4 Mar 2002 19:54:06 -0000
From: David Levy <davidlevylondon@xxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Freelance programmers wanted with 6502 expertise


>From time to time we need programmers with extensive 6502 expertise
to work on embedded systems projects (electronic hand-held games and
similar projects, often involving speech synthesis). The microcontroller
family we use most often is the SPC family from Sunplus, a major
Taiwanese chip manufacturer.  Sunplus chips are currently the most
popular devices because of their very low cost. Typical RAM availability
is 128 bytes (that's not Megabytes, or Kilobytes, .... just bytes!!)
Some of the Sunplus devices have a reduced 6502 instruction set, others
have a full instruction set.

Could you recommend suitable newsgroups where we could publicize this

Many thanks,

David Levy,
Intelligent Speech Ltd,



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