Wow, imagine going back to visit the abandoned building where you started work about 35 years previously, where you went in and out with lots of other people full of hopes and dreams.
Amazingly, too, a few Commodore items actually remained in there. Chips that were made here actually found their way into many of our homes around the world, and sparked the start of many other careers in turn. With the limited technology of the day, there was some amazing innovation done.
See Video: Exploring The Abandoned Birthplace Of The 6502 And Commodore 64
I miss my friend Dave DiOrio. He was a chip designer in the 1980’s, which made him one of the true wizards back then. We met my first day when I started at Commodore Business Machines, though my pa…