VCFe 20.0 - over and out

VCFe 20.0 is over, all of a sudden, and we had lots of fun as always. Many thanks to everyone stopping by at our table, especially to those who voted for us at the poll. We got the fo(u)rth place. Special thanks to Michael Steil, Andre Fachat und Marco Baye for hanging and hacking with us. Very special thanks to Andre Fachat for his inpromptu 6502 talk right before our turn.
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Vintage Computer Festival Europe

Das VCFe steht wieder vor der Tür. Am kommenden Wochenende, also vom 27.4. bis 28.4., findet das Vintage Computer Festival Europe in München statt. Das diesjährige Motto ist “Pixelritter - Programmieren am Limit”. Und auch auf dem Steckschwein werden wir Pixel zeigen, teilweise am Limit programmiert. Veranstaltungsort ist das Kulturzentrum Trudering Wasserburger Landstrasse 32 81825 München
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Make Munich 2019 - It’s been our pleasure

Make Munich 2019 was awesome. Thanks to everyone who helped making this great event possible. Again, we are stunned by how much positive feedback we got from so many people. Thank you all!! Also, like in 2016, our booth was partly turned by a lot of kids into the official Make Munich arcade. So we definitely need to write more games. And build more Steckschweins. Let the children play.
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Meet us at Make Munich, 2.3. - 3.3.2019

Check out our homebrew 65c02 8bit goodness including our brand new video/sound-hardware at the Make Munich fair. We’ll also have BASIC, Forth, a couple of games and candy. Our booth is in Hall 1, Booth Nr. 49, in the “Electronic Innovators”-Area. The did get that right, didn’t they?
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Fixing the white screen problem on a Tekway DST1062B oscilloscope

The Tekway DST 1062B (also known unter the Hantek or Voltcraft brand) is an inexpensive 60MHz digital storage oscilloscope, which is very much hackable and has proven to be worth its weight in gold pressed latinum. More recently, my scope became affected by the infamous white screen problem, which apparently is a problem quite common to this model and its 100MHz or 200MHz siblings. The Tekway/Hantek white screen of death
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