Recently I've stumbled upon a book that reminded me of my programming roots.
It all started out sometime around 2001. or 2002. and I still had my old computer with Windows 98 or Windows Millenium. I started programming when I was in 5th or 6th grade and I was creating simple programs with QBasic. Usually for fun or to help me with my math or physics homework.
During that time, someone gifted me a really cool book: "Basic for microcomputers Commodore 64". It's been published in Yugoslavia in 1985. and it's written in the Serbo-Croatian language.
Really interesting to flip through the pages and have a window into the past where floppy disks and having 64KB or 128KB of RAM were the best thing since sliced bread. I am including a few interesting photos below (sorry, they're a bit blurry).
Photos, stories, hardware, books, gadgets, anything you can think of. Feel free to share them in the comments! Looking forward to reading them.