Smalltalk Digest: December Edition
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- Favorable Observation — Positive Comment Praises Smalltalk Environment and Cincom® VisualWorks®
- New Look — The Cincom Smalltalk Logo: Out with the Old, in with the New
- Release Information — Cincom Maintenance Releases – Updates
- Support — Cincom Holiday Support Coverage
- Brussels Event — Call for Participation in the Smalltalk Devroom at FOSDEM 2012
- 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
- STIC’12 to Enlighten Attendees on “Google Dart”
- Fees Determined for STIC’12
- Would you like to be an STIC’12 sponsor?
- Sci-Fi Convention Promoters Offer Discount to STIC’12 Attendees
- About Biloxi, Mississippi
- STIC’12 on Facebook
- Smalltalk Directions Call for Participation
- Call for STIC’12 Student Volunteers
In a recent blog posting from Cincom Smalltalk™ Engineering Manager, Alan Knight, Malte Ubl praises the Smalltalk/Cincom VisualWorks environment. Click here to read Ubl’s comments.
As Cincom Smalltalk moves forward with new capabilities, new clients and new opportunities, its logo is also moving forward by taking on a brand-new, fresh, modernistic look. Click here to read about the logo’s makeover.
Click here to get the latest information on Cincom maintenance releases and the effort that’s being made to better meet customer requirements.
The holidays are fast approaching, but never fear, Cincom Support Operations has you covered. Click here for more information.
FOSDEM 2012 will be meeting in Brussels, Belgium on February 4-5, and a Devroom for Pharo, Squeak, GST, Etoilé, Seaside and Moose Smalltalk projects will take place on Sunday, February 5. Click here for information on participating.
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.
In this article, Cincom Smalltalk’s Michael Lucas-Smith talks about his experience with events on Windows, and his desire to see if it would be possible to steal any and all events from a window, without having to define a new class. Click here to read what Michael has to say.
FOSDEM 2012 will be meeting in Brussels, Belgium on February 4-5, and a Devroom for Pharo, Squeak, GST, Etoilé, Seaside and Moose Smalltalk projects will take place on Sunday, February 5. Click here for more information.
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.
STIC’12 will be featuring Google Dart, which is Google’s new programming language for “structured web programming.” Click here for more information.
The fees associated with STIC’12 have been determined. Click here to find out what they are.
Have you ever thought of being a sponsor of one of the most important Smalltalk events of the year? Click here to read about the sponsorship levels and what each has to offer.
Attendees of STIC’12 have even more to be excited about. Just prior to the conference on March 16-18, they will have an opportunity to attend CoastCon Inc.’s Sci-Fi Convention at a group discount of $30 for a weekend membership, which is $15 off of the regular at-the-door rate of $45 for weekend membership. Click here for more 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.