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A group of developers of the machine visited the KCG Museum

On March 6 (Wed.), former employees of JBCC Corporation, who are engaged in computer design and development, visited the "KCG Museum" at Kyoto Computer Gakuin (KCG) Kyoto Station School, which houses a large number of actual historical computers and has been certified as the first "Distributed Computer Museum" by the Information Processing Society of Japan.They were involved in the development of the Toshiba-made TOSBAC-1100 and TOSBAC-1200, which are housed in the museum. They came to the museum to see the actual machines they were so passionate about in their youth.

When the developers saw the TOSBAC-1100 and TOSBAC-1200 on the first floor of the Kyoto Station School, they moistened their eyes, touched the machines with their hands, looked at the details with their eyes, and took pictures of them.

Afterwards, President Hasegawa and the developers talked about computers, and various secret stories came out.There were four beds at the development site, and we took naps there on a rotating basis as we worked on development.Shigehachi Shintani said, "I'm really happy to see that the machines we developed have been preserved.I feel like I'm seeing my son again after 40 years," he said, expressing his excitement.

The developers are thrilled to be reunited with the machine they developed.
The developers are thrilled to be reunited with the machine they developed.
The developers talk about the hardship of development with President Hasegawa.
The developers talk about the hardship of development with President Hasegawa.

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