Today’s programmers, whose ‘hello world’ programs written in Java require the memory of millions of early 80s Sears Department Stores’ Electronic sections full of VCSs have heard stories of the amazing programming feats in the days of old. The Atari 2600 (code name: Stella) featured a whopping 128 bytes of RAM. Not 128M. Not 128K. 128 bytes. You can’t even fit a whole Twitter Tweet in there.

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