Commodore MOBI ì Kindle Edition

[BOOKS] ✮ Commodore Author Brian Bagnall – Kdglass.co.uk Filled with first hand accounts of ambition greed and inspired engineering this history of the personal computer revolution takes readers inside the cutthroat world of Commodore Before Apple IBM or DeBOOKS Commodore Author Brian Bagnall Kdglasscouk Filled with first hand accounts of ambition greed and inspired engineering this history of the personal computer revolution takes readers inside the cutthroat world of Commodore Before Apple IBM or De Filled with first hand accounts of ambition greed and inspired engineering this history of the personal computer r

Evolution takes readers inside the cutthroat world of Commodore Before Apple IBM or Dell Commodore was the first computer manufacturer to market its machines to the public selling an estimated million Commodore s Those halcyon days were tumultuous however owing to the expectations and unsparing tactics of founder Jack Tramiel Engineers and managers with the company between and sh

commodore pdf Commodore eBookEvolution takes readers inside the cutthroat world of Commodore Before Apple IBM or Dell Commodore was the first computer manufacturer to market its machines to the public selling an estimated million Commodore s Those halcyon days were tumultuous however owing to the expectations and unsparing tactics of founder Jack Tramiel Engineers and managers with the company between and sh

Commodore MOBI ì Kindle Edition Brian Bagnall is the author of numerous computer titles including the Commodore Series Librarian's note There is than one author in the Goodreads database with this name.

10 Comments on "Commodore MOBI ì Kindle Edition "

  • Tim

    Commodore MOBI ì Kindle Edition commodore pdf, Commodore eBookDetailed outlook on commodoreA bit detail about all of the people involved in the rise of commodore than I needed but still a good read for a hist


  • Herb Schaltegger

    Commodore MOBI ì Kindle Edition commodore pdf, Commodore eBookDefinitive History of C By A Clear FanboyFirst let me say this is a good book Not a great one it’s no SOUL OF A NEW MACHINE but it’s readable well paced and well researched I learned uite a bit than I knew beforehand and gained an appreciation for the roles of many people involved in the company besides the legendary figure of Jack Tramiel That said the book has a recurring problem throughout of fanboy ism almost to the point of seeming to pander It gives scant mention of its main competition in the industry except to make unflattering re


  • Chris A

    Commodore MOBI ì Kindle Edition commodore pdf, Commodore eBookWorth paying for a good readThis book covers uite a few things I didn't know aboutDescribes what happened in the day to day life of those famous names while they worked for Commodore There's a lot of detail and it's not too technicalThe pace of life for the engineers is conveyed well As is the attitude Jack and the employees had for each otherThe author doesn't fall into the trap of worshipping the famous people he writes about goodThe story ends suddenly feeling like there will be in the next chapter But there's no chapters you have to buy a follow up book bad This book would be improved by having the whole story in one volumeSo all that was going on behind closed doors while I was zapping aliens on my VIC 20


  • Mitchell

    Commodore MOBI ì Kindle Edition commodore pdf, Commodore eBookThis book taught me many things Not just the early history of Commodore computers but also about how much I would not want to have worked for Jack TramielThe thing I appreciate most about this book is how it is told from primarily an engineering perspective and there are lots of technical deta


  • Michael Biondi

    Commodore MOBI ì Kindle Edition commodore pdf, Commodore eBookIf you had a Commodore computer you will love itGreat insight into who made the Commodore computers and how they were built Slightly long winded at times but still very interesting


  • Noel Llopis

    Commodore MOBI ì Kindle Edition commodore pdf, Commodore eBookWay too much detail Way too many people Also the author has a tendency to first explain something and then uote some dialog saying the exact same thing I'd only recommend it for people who already know uite a bit about Commodore and want to know all the details


  • Pete

    Commodore MOBI ì Kindle Edition commodore pdf, Commodore eBookCommodore A Company on the Edge 2010 by Brian Bagnall is an enthralling account of the tumultuous times of the company that created the PET VIC 20 and C64 It's a rollicking account of how Commod


  • Lance Taylor

    Commodore MOBI ì Kindle Edition commodore pdf, Commodore eBookHaving first started learning to program on an Altair 8080 in Grade 7 I was then introduced to the Apple II By the time I reached High School my electronics teacher in Grade 9 was busy building Heathkit's and hacking on Kim 1 Board


  • Philip Hollenback

    Commodore MOBI ì Kindle Edition commodore pdf, Commodore eBookI thoroughly enjoyed this book A caveat I am old and grew up on the PET and Commodore 64 Thus this book provided a historical context around technology I was personally involved in which probably made it interestingThe author did a great job of providing relevant technical detail while focusing on the personal details of the people involved I think anyone with a passing interest in early home computer technology would get a lot out of this bookI was particularly surprised at how negative this book was toward Apple The history in this book lays out a pretty convincing argument that Apple was not at all one of the inventors of the home computer industry as they have claimed Then again the victors write the history


  • E. Kahn

    Commodore MOBI ì Kindle Edition commodore pdf, Commodore eBookFascinating book about the rise of Commodore as one of the major arguably the dominant company in the early era of personal computing The book takes a pretty negative view of company management on the one hand while underlining how close they were to achieving total domination on the other which I thought was a bit contradictory In my view the most interesting part to the general public will be insight into the decidedly weird and wild CEO Jack Tramiel the man who shepherded the company into the PC market when the market did not even exist Under his decidedly ruthless autocratic leadership the company prospered even as it made enemies of its natural allies from suppliers to employeesVery much looking forward to the seuel Commodore The Amig


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