- Cincom Celebrates Its 43rd Anniversary while Expanding Awareness
- Cincom Smalltalk Support—Dedicated to Making the New Fiscal Year Even Better
- Farewell to an American Icon Who “Got” Smalltalk
- The Smalltalk Industry Conference Call for Participation
- Cincom® ObjectStudio® Glossary Available
- The Cincom Smalltalk Academic Program
- New Presentations and Videos Sections Now Available
- Cincom Smalltalk Community Blogs
- Smalltalk News Roundup
Helpful Technical Information
- “One of the Best Bits of Programming Advice I Ever Got”
- Sounding Out the View Tree
- Principles of OO Design, or Everything I Know About Programming, I Learned from Dilbert
- Model Editor
- Smalltalks 2011 (the 5th International Conference on Smalltalk Technologies) — November 3-5, 2011
- The Smalltalk Industry Conference — March 18-20, 2012
- Update on Smalltalk Events
In celebration of its 43rd anniversary, Cincom is looking at ways to expand awareness for Cincom and Cincom Smalltalk within the Smalltalk community and to grow the community outside of the usual channels. Click here to learn more.
Cincom has just completed its 43rd year, and it’s starting a brand-new one. It is at this time that we take a look at how we can make this new year even better. We’d like to start the new year off by letting you know about the resources that are available for supporting Cincom Smalltalk. Click here.
In this article, we bid farewell to an American icon, Steve Jobs. Click here.
The Smalltalk Industry Council (STIC) is seeking participants for its newly renamed conference that will be held on March 18-21 at the Beau Rivage Resort and Casino in Biloxi, Mississippi. Click here for more information.
We’re pleased to let you know that there is now a Cincom ObjectStudio Glossary available that includes an alphabetical listing of pertinent Cincom ObjectStudio terms and their definitions—a very handy reference tool. To access the glossary, 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.
Cincom Smalltalk’s Travis Griggs recently had a blog post that’s generated a lot of interest regarding some valuable information that he received “back in the day.” Click here to read Travis’ explanation.
In another blog post from Travis Griggs, Travis asks himself, “What would something like jQuery look like in Smalltalk?” Click here for Travis’ reply.
Smalltalk Engineer, Alan Knight, tells us about a column he wrote several years ago that people still ask him about. Click here to view “Principles of OO Design, or Everything I Know About Programming, I Learned from Dilbert.”
In this article, Dirk Verleysen discusses the Cincom ObjectStudio Model Editor, which helps you to develop a calculation model that you can use in your application afterwards. Click here to read what Dirk has to say.
Smalltalks 2011 (the 5th International Conference on Smalltalk Technologies) will be held at the Universidad Nacional de Quilmes in Argentina on November 3-5, 2011. Click here for additional information.
The Smalltalk Industry Council (STIC) will be held on March 18-21 at the Beau Rivage Resort and Casino in Biloxi, Mississippi. Click here for more information.
Click here for an update on Smalltalk-related events you may want to attend.