Halcyon Days (book)

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Halcyon Days: Interviews with Classic Computer and Video Game Programmers
Subject Software Development
Genre Non-fiction
Publication date
1997

Halcyon Days: Interviews with Classic Computer and Video Game Programmers is a digital book edited by James Hague and published in 1997.[1][2] The book was originally formatted using HTML and sold via mail-order, shipped on a floppy disk by Dadgum Games for USD$20.[3] In 2002 Halcyon Days was made freely available on the web.[1][4] The book continued to be sold by Dr. Dobb's Journal, on a CD-ROM also containing Susan Lammers's Programmers at Work,[5] until Dr. Dobb's shut down at the end of 2014.

The introduction to Halcyon Days is written by John Romero.[6]

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