Cincom Smalltalk Announcements
- International Workshop on Smalltalk Technologies Call for Papers
- ESUG 2011 Seeks Contributions
- ESUG 2011 Registration Is Now Live!
- Introducing the PetroVR Blog: Shared Learning for Your Success
- Belgian Smalltalk User Group to Meet
- New Varvello Blog Offers Interesting Reading
- Innovative Company Hits Stride with Visualization Technology
- Georg Heeg Announces New Product Made Possible by Cincom Smalltalk
- Cincom Smalltalk to Be Featured at the Apple Store Ginza
- Success Story Section of Cincom Smalltalk Website Revamped
- Cincom Smalltalk Academic Listings
- The Cincom Smalltalk Academic Program
- New Presentations and Videos Sections Now Available
- Cincom Smalltalk Community Blogs
- Smalltalk News Roundup
Helpful Technical Information
- The “Smalltalk” of Super Cars
- Memory Debugging Technique
- A Smalltalk Ambassador — Moose
- Cincom® VisualWorks® Web Services Demo
- Cincom® WebVelocity™ Introduction and Demonstration
- Regex Not So Regular?
- Setting a Startup Controller with the Runtime Packager in Cincom® ObjectStudio® 8.3
- Belgian Smalltalk User Group Meeting — May 31, 2011
- ESUG International Smalltalk Conference — August 22-26, 2011
- Camp Smalltalk (precursor to ESUG International Smalltalk Conference) — August 20-21, 2011
- Update on Smalltalk Events
Organizers of the International Workshop on Smalltalk Technologies, which will be held as part of the ESUG 2011 joint event at Edinburgh, Scotland on August 22-26, 2011, is happy to invite submissions for papers that express your ideas as well as research and experiments. Click here for more information.
ESUG 2011 will be held in Edinburgh, Scotland on August 20-26, 2011, and conference organizers are seeking contributions from attendees. Click here for more detailed information on what they’re looking for.
ESUG 2011, which will be held in Edinburgh, Scotland on August 20-26, 2011, is just around the corner, and in an effort to make things even more convenient for attendees, registration may now be done with an easy click of the mouse! Click here for more information.
Caesar Systems is cordially inviting you to check out their new blog, where they’ll be discussing how PetroVR can help you “accelerate to production.” Your comments and ideas are what they seek. Click here to check it out.
The Belgian Smalltalk User Group (BSUG) is organizing its next meeting on Tuesday, May 31 at the VUB Software Languages Lab, 10th floor of building F, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Pleinlaan 2, 1050 Elsene. The meeting will start at 18:00 and will include four half-hour sessions, including sessions on Pharo Smalltalk, DALi, Zinc HTTP Components and BSUG. For more information, click here, or to confirm your reservation, click here.
Davide Varvello’s new blog, “Varvello – On XP, Simplicity, Smalltalk, Agile, Programming,” is a colorful compilation of interesting articles, insights and opinions, and is definitely worth checking out. Click here.
Cincom’s partner in Canada, SageTea Group, is hitting stride with deliveries of innovative visualization technology to the Government of Canada. Click here to read about their new system, commercially known as “SageTeam Visualization.”
Georg Heeg (our Cincom Smalltalk partner in Germany) is proud to announce that they recently made their first commercial software product written in Cincom Smalltalk available. The product is called GHPrint2Web, and it’s a product that’s designed to help bring your print media to the web. Click here to read about their new product.
Masashi Umezawa-san will be the featured speaker on May 27 at the Apple Store Ginza. The event will feature Smalltalk discussions as well as demonstrations. Click here for more information.
Cincom’s Smalltalk clients have many great things to say, and the revamped Success Story section of the product’s website showcases that. With an emphasis on how Cincom Smalltalk can provide outstanding value to clients, this section features several case studies of clients representing the following business sectors: Communications, document management (new), education (new), financial services, government, insurance (new), manufacturing, music, research, shipping, software development, web development (new) and workforce management (new).
Cincom Smalltalk is frequently used in academia and is taught in a number of colleges and universities. To view the “Academic List,” click here, and to view the “Teaching Smalltalk Globally” list, click here.
With a goal of increasing the quality of the available system design and engineering training, providing higher-quality engineers and developers to the industry and users, and Expanding the Smalltalk community, we suggest that you look into the Cincom Smalltalk Academic Program. Click here to read all about it.
Are you interested in viewing a presentation or video on a particular subject? We’re happy to report that thanks to the new Presentations section and Video section of the Cincom Smalltalk product website, it’s just gotten a whole lot easier to find what you’re looking for.
There are many blogs run by the Cincom Smalltalk Group now. Check them out by clicking here.
There’s been quite a bit of Smalltalk news lately. Click here to read all about it.
In this article, Cincom Smalltalk Product Manager, Arden Thomas, compares the race between computer languages to a race between two “super cars.” Click here for Arden’s interesting article.
In this article, we learn about a memory debugging technique that can help in several areas including the tracking down of unnecessary garbage collection. Click here for the article.
Moose is a Smalltalk ambassador. Actually, it could possibly be the best ambassador to persuade professional developers to look into Smalltalk. To learn more about “Moose,” click here.
Click here to view an informative demo on Cincom VisualWorks Web Services.
Click here to view an introduction and demonstration of Cincom Smalltalk’s WebVelocity.
In this article from Travis Griggs, Travis tells us about some observations he’s found with Regex11. Click here for Travis’ article.
In addition to describing how to set a new feature that’s being introduced in the ObjectStudio 8.3 Runtime Packager, this article also compares the feature to ObjectStudio 8.2.1 and earlier versions, making things simpler for customers who are migrating applications that have been developed in older ObjectStudio versions. Click here for the article.
The Belgian Smalltalk User Group (BSUG) will meet on Tuesday, May 31 at the VUB Software Languages Lab, 10th floor of building F, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Pleinlaan 2, 1050 Elsene. For more information, click here, or to confirm your reservation, click here.
The ESUG International Smalltalk Conference will take place in Edinburgh, Scotland on August 22-26, 2011. Click here for the ESUG conference website.
The pre-cursor to the ESUG International Smalltalk Conference, Camp Smalltalk will take place in Edinburgh, Scotland on August 20-21, 2011. Click here for the ESUG conference website.
Click here for an update on Smalltalk-related events you may want to attend.