Hello. My name is Roberto Perez-Franco. I currently work at MIT. Fifteen years ago I started writing a program in TI-Basic, the Symbulator, which after two years of work became my undergraduate thesis, and a very solid piece of code, widely used by electrical engineering students. Ten years have elapsed since I made the last bug fix to the program. In the intervening time TI has discontinued the TI-89.
The program should run fine in the TI-89 Titanium, but I am wondering… since TI has gone all in with this Nspire thing, would it be possible to port the Symbulator to the Nspire CAS platform? I am willing to make the Symbulator an open source or a CC BY NC SA licensed software. The idea is to keep it alive, free and available for future generations of engineering students. It's a pretty strong program.