|These are people who have contributed to the creation of this program.
Most were at Purdue University in the '70s when the microprocessor revolution started. Some were involved in the amateur radio club, W9YB.
- Ward Cunningham -- Designed the instructional algorithm and wrote the assembly and Pascal versions along with most of this website.
- Jim Wilson -- Built the computer for the first version. Wrote the C versions, both for DOS and the current multimedia version.
- Steve Belter -- Edited my 1977 QST article after publishing Meet the Microprocessor in QST a few months earlier.
- Paul Barina -- Helped with assembly versions, especially the 6502 for which he was an early expert.
- Wayne Downer -- Built the computer for the single-chip computer version. Wrote terminal and alphanumeric led drivers.
- Justin Burket -- Built the version for the Mac under OS X.
- Travis Brown -- Bult the version for later Mac OS X versions.