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Bo Jangeborg is a Swedish computer programmer. He made several programs for the ZX Spectrum, the best known being the game Fairlight (1985), its sequel Fairlight II (1986), and the graphic tool The Artist. He also wrote Flash!, the art package provided with every SAM Coupé.
Today[when?] he runs the small software company Softwave.
- "Pionjärerna - berättelsen om den svenska spelprogrammeringens förgrundsfigurer". GamePlayer (in Swedish). January 25, 2008. Archived from the original on March 24, 2012. Retrieved 30 May 2012.
- Bo Jangeborg interview from issue 6 of The ZX Files, 1998.
- Bo Jangeborg interview from a Swedish newspaper, 2015.
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