From the UK, Dorset specifically.
Been using computers since the Vic20 bu tI don’t work with them. Everything I do is at the hobbyist level (or possibly lower! )
My list goes:
ZX Spectrum +2
Powerbook Duo 230 - please, I know, I actually liked MACs at one point…don’t judge
PCs - various builds / upgrades from 1999 until 2009. Then I gave up on the power race and became a dirty console peasant never looked back
Lots of consoles from 1998 onwards…
Raspi - I have a few. I mostly use them for small projects, nothing fancy or terribly useful! Retro-pi etc.
Not a massive fan of Linux.
I have an Arduboy but it’s broken now
I have a Pokitto but C++ is a mystery to me still - may as well be written in hieroglyphs atm
I dabble with Pico-8 / lua but not to the level of the coders that I see online. Also dabble with Pixelvision8.
I love the Demoscene too. I’ve been following it for about twenty years but I’m just a fan who’s still impressed with demos that really hit the metal
Did I mention my amiga(s)?
I still have my A1200, towered up with:
3dfx Voodoo3 3000
Apollo 1260/66 (either 32 / 64MB RAM can’t remember which off hand!)
The other one is a very yellow A500+
The 1200 was good at the time (and will be again) and is waiting to be serviced, re-capped and for the Vampire accelerator to be released - whenever they get around to it
I post about this sort of thing on Twitter a fair bit…
Mostly into Amiga’s and the retro consoles that I bothered to keep, and single board computers. There’s only so much space after all…
Since getting into the Raspi / single board computers I’ve noticed more and more of these awesome programmable consoles being released, such as Pokitto and I thought, why not give it a go
Anyway…loving the Pokitto but I really need to try to get into C++ a bit more.
I picked up some books on it but the decent ones (that people seem to recommend) are a bit pricey.
And I’ve found some decent online tutorials but…see comment above about Hieroglyphics