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Instantiations Survey

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Instantiations is committed to the long-term evolution and support of Smalltalk…especially VA Smalltalk (VAST)!  They are seeking input to help them better focus on your needs as they move VAST forward.  This survey will take about 5 to 8 ...

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ESUG Speaker, David Chisnall, Makes Reference to Smalltalk in “Prototypes and Object Orientation” Article

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David Chisnall, one of the speakers at the recent European Smalltalk User Group (ESUG) Conference, makes reference to Smalltalk in a recent article that examines two pre-eminent examples of object-oriented languages: classes and prototypes.

Chisnall, who is credited for founding and ...

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Reawakening the Smalltalk Standards Process

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The Smalltalk standards process is currently being examined and “reawakened” via an approach known as STEPs. STEPs is an acronym for Smalltalk Enhancement Proposals.  They are design documents that provide information about the Smalltalk language, library or environment, or describe ...

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ESUG to Feature Lecture on Discovering Smalltalk

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ESUG to Feature Lecture on Discovering Smalltalk
Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh, Scotland

At the European Smalltalk User Group (ESUG) conference, which will be held in Edinburgh, Scotland on August 22-26, 2011, Stéphane Ducasse will ...

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Aeronautical Charts for iPad Makes Pilots’ Lives a Whole Lot Simpler―and Safer

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Corporate Smalltalk Consulting Ltd. has announced the release of Aeronautical Charts, an advanced document viewer that allows for the display of highly detailed documents at high magnifications. According to the article’s author, airlines are contemplating the move to “paperless cockpits,” ...

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