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STIC Executive Director Participates in German Interview for SmalltalkInspect

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STIC Executive Director Participates in German Interview for SmalltalkInspect

Executive Director of the Smalltalk Industry Council (STIC), Georg Heeg, along with Sebastian Heidbrind were recently interviewed by Marten Feldtmann and Joachim Tuchel regarding one of the biggest yearly events in the world of Smalltalk—STIC’12.  The event was held at ...

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ESUG 20th International Smalltalk Joint Conference Call for Contributions

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ESUG 20th International Smalltalk Joint Conference Call for Contributions

For the past 20 years, the European Smalltalk User Group (ESUG) has organized the International Smalltalk Conference—a lively forum on cutting-edge software technologies that attracts people from both academia and industry. Attendees include engineers using Smalltalk in business and students ...

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Yearly Competition for INRIA Research Positions Begins

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Yearly Competition for INRIA Research Positions Begins

The yearly competition for INRIA research positions has started with the deadline being February 17, 2012.

RMOD is looking for researcher applicants to fill the following permanent (tenured) positions for their team at Lille/France:

  • CR2 “Young graduate scientist”

Requirements:

– A PhD

– In practice, ...

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UK Smalltalk User Group Meeting Scheduled

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UK Smalltalk User Group Meeting Scheduled

The next UK Smalltalk User Group meeting is scheduled for Monday, January 30 at 6:30 p.m. at the usual location—The Counting House. This is the first of the talks that were selected at the Christmas meeting. This month’s topic will ...

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Why Every Ruby Developer Should Learn Smalltalk

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Why Every Ruby Developer Should Learn Smalltalk

Victor Savkin is a Ruby Developer at Nulogya leading provider of specialized solutions for complex supply-chain challenges.  He is also a programmer with extensive experience in web and server-side development.

Victor’s blog recently featured a posting titled, “Why Every ...

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