Smalltalk Digest: November Edition
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- New Addition — Cincom Smalltalk Digest Adds New Section Dedicated to STIC’12
- New Trends — Citizen Development — End-users Look to Build Their Own Applications
- Now Available — seaBreeze 5.0.2 Now Available in Cincom Public Store
- Listening to Our Users — Cincom Smalltalk Release Cycles: Fall Release and Future Releases
- New Blog — New Cincom® ObjectStudio® Blog
- Conference Report — A Short Report on Smalltalks 2011
- View It! — ESUG 2008 Now Available on YouTube
- Honoring User Requests — Version 9.2 of PetroVR 2011 Offers New Capabilities and Numerous Enhancements
- Cincom ObjectStudio Tool — ObjectStudio Glossary Available
- Academia — The Cincom Smalltalk Academic Program
- New Website Sections — New Presentations and Videos Sections Now Available
- Serving the Smalltalk Community — Cincom Smalltalk Community Blogs
Smalltalk News Repositories
- Smalltalk News from the Smalltalk Industry Council
- Smalltalk News from the Cincom Smalltalk Team
- News Regarding STIC
Helpful Technical Information
STIC’12 Information — March 19-20, 2012
- Call for Participation Deadline — Don’t Miss It!
- Latest News and Updates
- Venue Information
- About Biloxi, Mississippi
- STIC’12 on Facebook
- Smalltalk Directions Call for Participation
- Call for STIC’12 Student Volunteers
The Smalltalk Industry Conference (STIC’12) will take place at the Beau Rivage Resort and Casino in Biloxi, Mississippi on March 19-21, 2012. With this being a major event that has new information being added regularly, we’ve decided to dedicate a section of the Cincom Smalltalk Digest exclusively to STIC’12. Be looking for new information about the event in each Digest issue from now until March 2012.
According to Gartner’s recent press release, citizen developers will build at least 25% of new business applications by 2014. Of course, Cincom Smalltalk will be there to help! Click here to read more.
seaBreeze 5.0.2 is now available in the Cincom Public Store. In addition to fixing various typos, the 5.0.2 version fixes SBApplicationModel>>initialRequest:, which did not work if no Accepted Languages property was transferred in the HTTP header.
Cincom Smalltalk Product Manager, Arden Thomas, tells us that the Cincom Smalltalk customers spoke, and we’ve listened. To read what Arden has to say about the fall releases, as well as future releases in general, click here.
The ObjectStudio folks out there will be happy to know that there is a new ObjectStudio blog available that contains all kind of interesting, informative and useful information. Click here to check it out.
Andres Valloud has been kind enough to give us a short report on the recent Smalltalk 2011 Conference, which was held at the Universidad Nacional de Quilmes in Argentina on November 3-5, 2011. Click here for the report.
Presentations and sessions from the ESUG International Smalltalk Conference that took place at the Center for Mathematics and Computer Science (CWI) in Amsterdam, The Netherlands on August 25-29, 2008 are now available on YouTube. Click here for more information.
Version 9.2 of PetroVR from Caesar Systems has been released, and it includes 13 new capabilities and 381 enhancements to existing capabilities, with cost visibility for asset decisions topping the list. Click here to read more about what version 9.2 has to offer.
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 a lot going on in the world of Smalltalk these days, and we’re happy to present it to you. Click here to view the latest Smalltalk news courtesy of the Smalltalk Industry Council.
Click here to get Smalltalk news from the Cincom Smalltalk team.
Click here to view the latest news regarding STIC.
Martin Kobetic has been working on an Xtreams-based implementation of SSL/TLS protocol and he’s written an article about it. Click here to read what Martin has to say.
In this article, Mark Grinnell discusses Symbol/String Equality and the Cincom ObjectStudio LegacyCompiler. Click here for Mark’s article.
Click here for an update on Smalltalk-related events you may want to attend.
We’d like to remind you that the deadline for submissions to STIC’12 is December 15, 2011. Also, please be sure that the information you supply is complete to avoid any submissions being rejected. Click here for additional submission information.
Click here for the latest news and updates about STIC’12, which will be held at the Beau Rivage Resort and Casino in Biloxi, Mississippi on March 19-21.
Click here for the RSS feed.
Click here for STIC’12 venue information.
Click here for information regarding Biloxi Mississippi, which is where STIC’12 will take place.
Click here to visit the STIC’12 Facebook page.
Smalltalk Directions, which will be co-located and run in parallel with STIC’12 on March 19-21, will be presenting the Smalltalk Directions Symposium. The symposium will offer a parallel track of presentations of refereed academic work that will be open to all conference attendees. Click here for more information.
The Smalltalk Industry Council is currently seeking student volunteers to help keep the 2012 Smalltalk Industry Conference (STIC’12) running smoothly. In return, these volunteers will receive free accommodations, no conference fees and time to enjoy the majority of the conference. Click here to read more about the possibility of being a volunteer.