Joe Decuir Atari VCS Amiga - Commodore Computer ClubAt the upcoming August 5, 2016 Commodore Computer Club meeting we are extremely honored to bring to you a presentation by Atari and Amiga hardware engineer Joe Decuir.

Joe Decuir will be presenting his work on developing the Commodore Amiga hardware architecture.

For those who can’t make the meeting in person which starts at 6:00 pm (Joe will be presenting at 7:30 pm) we will be video recording the entire presentation and it will be posted to YouTube within a few days of the actual presentation.

Meeting Time and Location:

Our 1st Friday of the month PDX Commodore Users Group meetings take place at Pied Piper Pizza located in Vancouver, WA which is about 30 minutes from downtown Portland, Oregon from 6:00 pm until midnight:

Pied Piper Pizza – 12300 NE Fourth Plain Rd. – Vancouver, WA 98682 – Get directions

Pied Piper Pizza - Commodore Computer Club

Once inside Pied Piper Pizza, head straight back past the dart boards to the private banquet room #3. Look for Commodore computers. If you can’t find it, ask someone at the counter.

We always plenty of room, tables and electrical outlets, so if you have anything (game consoles, rare retro items, etc.) to show off or enjoy with other members, please feel free to bring it along.

Bring your Family and Friends:

As always it’s perfectly fine to bring your husband, wife, girlfriend, boyfriend or kids with you to the upcoming meeting. All are welcome. The more the merrier!

Retro Gaming And Computer Marketplace – Buy, Sell, Trade or Give it away for free:

For those who frequent the meetings know, there are always good finds to be had at our buy, sell, trade and free tables, so remember to bring any Commodore, other 8-bit computer or gaming console items you want to sell, trade or give away.

Need more information?

To find out more about our meetings, get directions, etc, please check out the Commodore Computer Club meetings page.

We look forward to seeing you at the next Commodore Computer Club and Users Group meeting on Friday August 5, 2016. Come to learn, come to share.

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