Squeak4.2-10966.zip is now available at http://ftp.squeak.org/4.2. This is intended to be the actual-released 4.2 image, unless, as Chris Muller says, “we find some problem, which we won’t!”. Squeak 4.2 final now out! « The Weekly Squeak. We read on the… Read more ›
Here you can find my Squeak Tutorial for Java Programmers. I have written it for my friends and for all java guys out of there [UPDATE] Smalltalk For Java Programmers PDF is available at this url
As some of you know, I was a Smalltalk fan&developer in the last twelve years. I have stopped working on smalltalk years ago… anyway, I am happy to look forward the Squeak Smalltalk Community from time to time.
I republish here an original article posted by me on SqueakPeople, over 4 years ago.
The reason is simple: I am very happy to see a Squeak code fork called "Sapphire" which share most of my thoughts:
Sapphire wants to take a fresh look at the Smalltalk philosophy and current implementations. The idea is to produce high quality open-source packages that will be loadable on a micro kernel.
I will take a look to Sapphire, and you will find my throughts here in the next months.
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There is a future for SmallTalk? I was a very strong fan of the SmallTalk language, but in the last five years I have seen more and more contraction of its usage in the IT field. The OLPC project, which… Read more ›
Software trends is a new set of small article I will write.
In this small pices I will sketch out the trends of the Software Industry related to web developmenet.
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I have tried Exupery, the Squeak byte compiler written by Bryce Kampjes. Exupery is still in beta but is usable for experimenting. SqueakWeekly is happy to publish a prime-time FAQ! Read more ›
Celeste is a mail reading and organizing program wirtten in Squeak Smalltalk.
This is the up-to-date mantenance page
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