[Seaside] Re: [ANN] Seaside Tutorial

Danny Collins simpleisbetter at gmail.com
Thu Mar 9 15:45:37 UTC 2006

thank you so much for sharing that link to your videos (both of you).

I am not averse to reading and I have been reading anything I can get my
hands on regarding Squeak and Seaside - including this list and it's
archives as well as the many sites that have intros and howto (including
many on this list) but for an absolute neophyte to this environment you have
no idea what it means to be able to SEE you use Squeak and Seaside.

I have watched two of your videos and have learned at least 10 new
things!!!! It really helps connect what I am learning by reading to what I
want to do with the tools! I will be watching the rest of them as soon as I

With heartfelt thanks

On 3/9/06, stephane ducasse <stephane.ducasse at free.fr> wrote:
> Hi
> this is really cool. If you want to use the videos I did and
> incorporate them feel to take them.
> http://www.iam.unibe.ch/~ducasse/Videos/
> I hope to do some more soon.
> Stef
> On 8 mars 06, at 20:09, Wilkes Joiner wrote:
> > On 3/8/06, tim Rowledge <tim at rowledge.org> wrote:
> >>
> >> Damn amazing. Add a soundtrack to describe what you're doing, fix a
> >> few rather glaring spelling mistakes (Appliction in a menu, 'Are your
> >> sure' in the destroy confirmation, etc) and Robert is your father's
> >> brother. Love it.
> >
> > For the joke, I was going to use the soundtrack from the RoR movie,
> > but it would kill the opportunity to show off the really cool Squeak
> > stuff, like the debugger and halos.
> >
> > I blame the spelling mistakes on Java.  After a full day of Java, my
> > brain is mush from excessively beating my head against wall.
> >
> >> While we're on the subject of movies, anyone with the capability and
> >> some time to spare might like to make some movies of basic tutorials.
> >> Start from use of the mouse, menus, halos and work up from there.
> >> People these days seem to like moving stuff much more than all that
> >> effort of reading.
> >
> > I did something like that a while back (almost a year).  It could use
> > an update with some audio.  It is much easier to communicate this
> > stuff with a movie rather than prose.  The goal was to get a developer
> > from zero to writing a class in as short amount of time as possible.
> > It could be extended to cover more aspects of the environment.
> >
> > http://wilkesjoiner.com/UsingSqueak.html
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Wilkes
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