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 startup: A new virtual-machine, known as “Cog”, is about to be released for Squeak. It’s …
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.
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 uses also Squeak Smalltalk and its done by the core team fo Squeak, is not …
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.
Let’s give a look at the October 2006
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!