[Seaside] 10th time is a charm!

Philippe Marschall philippe.marschall at gmail.com
Sun Feb 18 22:25:00 UTC 2007

2007/2/18, Mike Pence <mike.pence at gmail.com>:
> Hey fellow beachcombers.
> So, Giles inspired me, via his most excellent blog, to try Seaside again. This will make time 6th or 7th or 10th or something-ith that I have resolved to do this, but I have confidence that I will follow through because this has been a year of firsts. I've obtained a reasonable level of mastery of Rails, adopted Linux, taken up VIM, etc.
> Also, I spoke at the Rails conference about Laszlo and Rails, another whistle-stop on my journey to regaining the power of component-oriented UI development that I tasted in Delphi. So, Seaside is next for me.
> Squeak and Seaside are a lot to bite off. I would appreciate any pointers on where to get started. I need a refresher on Smalltalk syntax, an idea of the cycle of interaction with Squeak -- the usual.

On the Seaside homepage (http://www.seaside.st/) itself are a couple of links.

For absolute newbies there is:

"terse" stuff:


> And mad props to Giles. As a programmer who used to live in Sedona and Scottsdale, I have a sense of kinship with a fellow technologist who braved Albequerque. Sounds like we love similar things and make similar mistakes. :)
> Best,
> Mike Pence
> http://mikepence.wordpress.com/
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