[Newbies] Squeak Beginner

Maurice van Peursem squeak at vanpeursem.net
Sat Aug 11 11:10:44 UTC 2007

>www.squeakland.org/ may be of more use to you then www.squeak.org as it's
>more about squeak in education.
>What tutorials are you using? I'm working my way throw this one:
>http://squeak.preeminent.org/tut2007/html/index.html and am finding it very
>Also the book: Squeak: Learn Programming with Robots, may be of use to you.
>Hope this help, Darren

That tutorial is good, but it is not for real beginners, it assumes 
quite a bit of knowledge of squeak already. This tutorial gives a 
more basic introduction to squeak (skip the croquet chapters if 
you're not interested in that):



>Constructionist wrote:
>>  Where is the best place to go to start learning about Squeak? I am
>>  interested about it because my school doesn't use it and I was told that
>>  it is a good platform to use in the class room. Are their any examples
>>  that I could use to demonstrate the uses of squeak to the other teachers.
>>  I have been trying to learn squeak from the tutorials I found at
>>  Squeak.org but some things don't quite work.
>  >

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