About Benjamin David Lunt

Forever Young Software

Hi. I am Ben Lunt, President of Forever Young Software, born Benjamin David Lunt in 1972. I have been programming PC's since I was in Grade School. I have programmed DOS ever since Bill Gates at Microsoft (then he and Paul Allen were partners), came out with DOS 3.0 (August of 1984). I have programmed in Basic, C/C++, Pascal, ForTran, CoBOL, and my favorite: Assembly. (as well as a few other languages and tools)

I can be reached at the following address: fys [at] fysnet [dee-o-tee] net

US Postal address available upon request.


Publications I have published or have been published in:

USB: The Universal Serial Bus USB: The Universal Serial Bus by Benjamin David Lunt (ISBN-13: 978-1468151985 ISBN:10 1-468151-98-3) (2012)
"Programming the USB hardware with the UHCI, OHCI, EHCI, and the new xHCI"
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FYSOS: The System Core FYSOS: The System Core by Benjamin David Lunt (ISBN-13: 978-1492958444 ISBN:10 1-492958-44-1) (2013)
"Building a minimal multi-threading Operating System with complete Assembly source code"
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FYSOS: The Virtual Filesystem FYSOS: The Virtual File System by Benjamin David Lunt (ISBN-13: 978-1499164893 ISBN:10 1-499164-89-0) (2014)
"The process to connect a file system to your operating system."
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FYSOS: Media Storage Devices FYSOS: Media Storage Devices by Benjamin David Lunt (ISBN-13: 978-1514111888 ISBN:10 1-514111-88-8) (2015)
"Programming the Media Storage Devices"
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FYSOS: Input and Output Devices FYSOS: Input and Output Devices by Benjamin David Lunt (ISBN-13: 978-1533053565 ISBN:10 1-533053-56-1) (2016)
"Programming Input and Output Devices"
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Being a Boy Scout Being a Boy Scout -- Stories of an LDS Scout by Benjamin David Lunt (ISBN-13: 978-1515128519 ISBN:10 1-515128-51-9) (2015)
"Stories of a scout, growing up in a Mormon troop, from when he was just turning twelve to getting his Eagle at the age of sixteen."
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PCM Magazine PCM Magazine
Falsoft, Inc.
Vol XI   No. 11 (June/July 1994)
"For Tandy and MS-DOS compatibles"
Article: A small "starfield" screen saver that used QuickBasic and screen mode 12h.



Write Great Code Vol. II Write Great Code Vol. II
No Starch Press
I was the Technical Reviewer



DDJ: The Spew Assembler My Spew Assembler was published in DDJ online, and was to be published in their magazine. However, I haven't seen a single issue mailed out since a few weeks before my article was published. I didn't think it was that bad of an article :-)





My favorite comic from many years ago (11 Oct 1994).

Mensa

I found the original here. (Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller)