More Commodore Amiga Legends on-board...
We are very pleased to announce there more Commodore Legends that will be sharing their journey and stories of Commodore Amiga.
More names to be announced soon covering more of the 8-Bit years and management.... Watch this space.
Greg Berlin - Director High End Amiga Systems
Worked at Commodore for 13 years.
Started 1983 developing disk drives for plus4 and ended up being the Director High End Amiga Systems.
Managed the design team for development of Amiga 3000 and 4000 series personal computers.
Worked with chip design group to architect full custom chip sets (GARY RAMSEY).
Responsible for the development of Amiga peripherals.
Pic thanks to The Guru Meditation https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYt9E2d_GCrPzquW-5MZwmQ
Randell Jesup - Lead engineer on the Amiga OS
Member of the core AmigaOS team and OS group lead at the end. Primary responsibility for AmigaDos, disk drivers (SCSI, IDE/ATAPI, ramdisk and floppy), and filesystems. Rewrote the Disk OS from BCPL to C/ASM. Also worked on networked filesystems, CDROM filesystems, high performance SCSI device drivers, SCSI device qualification, and other hardware drivers.
Hedley Davis - Senior Design Engineer
Design lead and project manager for number products including but not limited to the A3000 computer, the A2024 hi-res monitor known as the "Hedley Hi-Res" monitor, and the 1351 mouse.