David Beazley The OSI Superboard II was the computer on which I first learned to program back in 1979. Python is why programming remains fun today. In this tale of old meets new, I describe how I have used Python 3 to create a cloud computing service for my still-working Superboard--a problem complicated by it only having 8Kb of RAM and 300-baud cassette tape audio ports for I/O.
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