[Seaside] Parasol quarterly, issue 1.2 - the Seaside database issue - is now available

Boris Popov boris at deepcovelabs.com
Wed Jul 25 17:50:07 UTC 2007


Don't get me wrong, this all sounds very interesting, but I don't know
if I'd shell out hard earned cash for something that is typically posted
online in form of a transcript or recorded podcast these days. Today's
expectations of free content are just so hard to get over, but I know
that time and effort goes into these things, so perhaps corporate STIC
members should look at sponsoring some independent journalism like this?



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> bounces at lists.squeakfoundation.org] On Behalf Of Chris Cunnington
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> Subject: [Seaside] Parasol quarterly, issue 1.2  the Seaside database
> issue  is now available
> The second issue of Parasol quarterly is now available. The guest
> and topics include:
>         Dale Henrichs -- GemStone's Free Seaside Database
>         James Robertson -- Cincom's Seaside Database Plans
>         Jon Hylands -- Homebuilt Smalltalk Robot
>         Tim Johnson -- Making Better Cocoa With Squeak
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