After the C64 the Commodore Amiga (500) was my second (computer) love!
And I still miss that old thing!
In retrospective I must admitt, that I did not program very much on (for) it, this was mainly the gaming machine of my youth, I was just finding my way to assembler and C (coming mainly from BASIC on my C64).
For my studies I did some PASCAL, SCHEME or EIFEL but nothing serious there.
Looking back in relation to programming environments one must say, it was quite uncomfortable!
I had an Amiga 500 with (later) a second floppy. I had an Aztek C 3.6 “start disk” in drive df0: and my sources on df1:. Man, did that floppies “saw” when I did a compile (inspite of having a RAM disk with the main stuff on it)…