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Presenting Learn @ Cemetech
« on: February 25, 2016, 04:38:41 pm »
In the theme of education with Texas Instruments' T^3 2016 conference starting tomorrow, this has been the week for new educational tools at Cemetech. Two days ago, we announced C programming support in SourceCoder 3, which allows you to write C programs for your TI-84 Plus CE in your browser. Now, we're proud to present Learn @ Cemetech, documentation to help you use your calculator and program in TI-BASIC, z80 Assembly, ez80 Assembly, and C. We will be migrating other information like our Calculator Documentation pages to the new Learn @ Cemetech wiki. You can also expect the following information:
  • With help and permission from z80 Heaven administrator The Cow, we're proud to present a curated, updated version of z80 Heaven's documentation about z80 assembly.
  • Cemetechian and ez80 programmer Hactar has given us his blessing to host information from ez80 Heaven as he develops this resource for ez80 assembly programmers.
  • With help and permission from TI-BASIC Developer administrator jonbush, we're very proud to offer an updated subset of TI-BASIC Developer's TI-BASIC command reference and tutorials. We'll be continuing to update it with TI-84 Plus CE-specific information, crossreferences to other TI-BASIC documentation, and thus are calling it Cemetech's (Adapted) TI-BASIC Developer Reference. We hope you'll help us expand it as well!
  • We anticipate that we'll be able to include some TI-84 Plus CE C programming documentation, with the help and assistance of our knowledgeable members.
We owe a huge debt of gratitude to the administrators around the community who have worked with us to make this new resource possible. Equally or perhaps more importantly, we need you to work with us to bring the community the best possible documentation. If you find any mistakes, anything you think should be added, or even new areas of information that the Learn @ Cemetech wiki should be covering, don't hesitate: jump right in and start editing. If you encounter any difficulties, just post and we'll try to figure out what went wrong.

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Re: Presenting Learn @ Cemetech
« Reply #1 on: February 25, 2016, 04:46:23 pm »
Is this a book?



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Re: Presenting Learn @ Cemetech
« Reply #2 on: February 25, 2016, 05:12:10 pm »
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Re: Presenting Learn @ Cemetech
« Reply #3 on: February 25, 2016, 06:34:28 pm »
I am confused as to what the point is in this, instead of updating already existing references making a new wiki? Also what about wikiti, is this meant to "replace" that, too? Also, why not extend dcs.cemetech.net instead?
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Re: Presenting Learn @ Cemetech
« Reply #4 on: February 25, 2016, 06:38:12 pm »
I am confused as to what the point is in this, instead of updating already existing references making a new wiki? Also what about wikiti, is this meant to "replace" that, too? Also, why not extend dcs.cemetech.net instead?

I think this is supposed to replace dcs.cemetech.net eventually. Also, I don't think it overlaps much with wikiti, which aims at technical documentation rather than teaching.
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Re: Presenting Learn @ Cemetech
« Reply #5 on: February 25, 2016, 06:39:14 pm »
I am confused as to what the point is in this, instead of updating already existing references making a new wiki? Also what about wikiti, is this meant to "replace" that, too? Also, why not extend dcs.cemetech.net instead?

I think this is supposed to replace dcs.cemetech.net eventually. Also, I don't think it overlaps much with wikiti, which aims at technical documentation rather than teaching.
I can see those two areas quickly merging, though, as  when you learn asm and want to look into maybe which bcalls do what you are already in the area of what is covored by wikiti
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Re: Presenting Learn @ Cemetech
« Reply #6 on: February 25, 2016, 07:04:22 pm »
I see links to wikiti on the main page. I don't think it was ever meant to replace wikiti, just do the education side, which wikiti isn't about. If there is overlap that happens, it's easy enough to resolve that. Just replace the overlap on [email protected] with links to the wikiti page.
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Re: Presenting Learn @ Cemetech
« Reply #7 on: February 25, 2016, 11:51:53 pm »
As Eeems said, this is not intended to supplant WikiTI at all, merely supplement technical documentation with tutorials and a command/opcode reference. If someone were to start writing hardware documentation into the Learn wiki, that would be welcome, but most likely redundant next to WikiTI. Thanks for the kind words, guys. :)



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Re: Presenting Learn @ Cemetech
« Reply #8 on: February 26, 2016, 08:57:31 am »
... . Thanks for the kind words, guys. :)
Speaking about thanks, I guess it's our turn (Omnimaga's) to thank you for the huge amount of hard and good work that you insist on bringing to the calc community in general. ;)