BASCOM was "invented" in 1995. Many users gave feedback and helped with tips, code, suggestions, support, a user list, and of course with buying the software.
The software improved a lot during the last 20 years and will so during the next decade.
While it is impossible to thank everybody there are some people that deserve credits :
|•||Peter Maroudas. He wrote and tested the FT80x FTDI display support. FT800 support would not exist without him.|
|•||Josef Franz Vögel. He wrote a significant part of the libraries in BASCOM-AVR. He is also author of AVR-DOS.|
|•||Dr.-Ing. Claus Kuehnel for his book 'AVR RISC' , that helped me a lot when I began to study the AVR chips. Check his website at http://www.ckuehnel.ch|
|•||Atmel, who gave permission to use the AVR picture in the start up screen. And for the great tech support. Check their website at http://www.atmel.com|
|•||Brian Dickens, who did most of the Beta testing. He also checked the documentation on grammar and spelling errors. (he is not responsible for the spelling errors i added later :-) )|
|•||Jack Tidwell. I used his FP unit for singles. It is the best one available.|