Silicon Valley
Forth Interest Group

photo of SVFIG sign

The Silicon Valley Forth Interest Group (SVFIG) is a local, non-profit organization of individuals interested in the Forth computer language. SVFIG maintains a mail list and holds monthly meetings, including an annual Forth Day in November.

Hot Events and Items

Next Meeting
Saturday, July 26th
Meeting Information and Speakers' Schedule

Programming a Problem-Oriented Language by Chuck Moore

This is an unpublished book that Chuck wrote around June 1970, just after he'd written the first versions of Forth. The original document was made web-accessible in 2011 and can be found here. This pdf version has been cleaned up and reformatted by Juergen Pintaske.

SVFIG on Google+

SVFIG on Meetup.com

Forth Day 2013 Photographs and Videos

Starting Forth online

Scanned issues of Forth Dimensions

Meetings:
Future meeting dates
Past meeting announcements, notesphotographs, and videos

Ideas for future meetings
Ways to participate at meetings
Selected discussion topics

SVFIG Mail Lists on Zork
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Trade shows and conferences
Local free or low-cost events

Forth in the media
Articles about Forth or describing the use of Forth in projects

Websites
Links to some cool websites and manufacturers / distributors of "neat" stuff

Contact information
A list of SVFIG officers, members with e-mail addresses, and members willing to help with Forth-related problems.

Old stuff:
Old items
Old topics

Forth Jobs
Employment opportunities will be posted on the mail list and archived here.

Software
Forth software for download from this website

Hardware
Electronic and computer hardware for sale, trade, or loan.

Printed Material
Books, manuals, or other printed material for sale or giveaway.

In Memory of Our Friends and Colleagues






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SVFIG gratefully acknowledges and appreciates the continued support of Skip Carter of Taygeta Scientific Incorporated who hosts this website.

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