[Newbies] Squeak / Smalltalk classes
Paul C Johnson
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Mon Oct 11 20:00:35 UTC 2010
Thanks for the info on
Smalltalk, Objects, and Design, by Chamond Liu
I finally found a pdf version online
Just into it.
I prefer his type of writing with a great deal of background and examples.
I'm project less and will follow Chamond's lead.
Did you actually use IBM Small talk when using the book?
On Mon, Oct 11, 2010 at 11:45 AM, Amir Ansari <fractallyte at csi.com> wrote:
> I learned Smalltalk from some of the books listed on Stef Ducasse's web
> page: http://stephane.ducasse.free.fr/FreeBooks.html
> I found the following particularly useful:
> Smalltalk by Example, by Alex Sharp
> Smalltalk With Style, by Edward Klimas, Suzanne Skublics and David A Thomas
> And a great book for beginners:
> Smalltalk, Objects, and Design, by Chamond Liu
> This was also surprisingly useful (terse, but well structured):
> On To Smalltalk, by Patrick Henry Winston
> It's essential to get into coding as quickly as possible (work on a small
> project!); then the books are used mainly for reference instead of learning.
> On Mon, 11 Oct 2010 11:38:23 -0500
> Mike Vidal <mike.vidal at gmail.com> wrote:
> > HI,
> > Does anybody know of any good beginner level online / distance ED
> > Squeak / Smalltalk programming classes?
> > Either free or for a small fee would be OK.
> > Mike
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