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December 31, 2012

Smalltalk: Links, News And Resources (9)

Filed under: Links, Programming Languages, Smalltalk — ajlopez @ 4:18 pm

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Building a Business with Cincom Smalltalk™ by Arden Thomas and Dirk Verleysen


Introduction to Smalltalk

Porting from VisualWorks to Squeak

Namespaces (Was: MNU in tools after loading parcel)

The System Browser 101

Building the VM – Second Part

Building the VM from scratch using Git and CMakeVMMaker

Mac Squeak VM

Reef is a framework to manage dynamic web components for Seaside

Project Renaissance: Harness Emergence

Sly and the RoarVM: Exploring the Manycore Future of Programming

tODE – the Object (centric) Development Environment

Byte Magazine Volume 06 Number 08 – Smalltalk (August 1981)

Dale Henrich’s GitHub Repositories

Videos Smalltalks 2010
Inline caching (Part 1) by Eliot Miranda

Videos Smalltalks 2010
Code generation (Part 1) by Eliot Miranda

Smalltalk is cool

Do object-oriented programming languages exist that are not class-based?


Smalltalk Tutorial

Turn your programming environment into a beauty center for objects

MicroSeeker Screenshots

Underwater Vehicles: MicroSeeker

The Mist Project
There is no “C” in “Smalltalk”

What If: Developing Applications in the Multicore Era

Jugando con Comet en Squeak

Monticello is a distributed optimistic concurrent versioning system for Squeak code. It was written by Avi Bryant and Colin Putney, with contributions from many members of the Squeak community.

IM 101: Object Memory Management in VisualWorks

My Links

Keep tuned!

Angel “Java” Lopez


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  2. Thanks for spreading the Smalltalk voice!

    Comment by garduino (@garduino) — December 31, 2012 @ 5:11 pm

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