[Seaside] The Weekly Squeak Summary No. 10: Feb 11 - Mar 17, 2007
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Mon Mar 19 08:58:00 UTC 2007
welcome to the The WeeklySqueakSummary, an irregular traffic-dependent
report on what's going on in the world of Squeak based on the
Highlights of the past weeks:
First of all, the new Squeak Foundation Board has been elected .
Congratulations to all members of the new board, and good luck!
An interview with Alan Kay and some links to talks and other material
give insights on what VPRI is up to [2,1].
The past weeks have seen several release candidates of Sophie, and
from what can be seen so far, this is going to be an adorable piece of
WeeklySqueak is presenting a four-part series on applications of
Smalltalk in business settings, including its perspectives for the
future. The first two parts are interviews with Michael Rueger
(Impara) and Steve Hunter (Agilense) [6,9].
Finally, Squeak has been accepted for this year's Google Summer of Code !
The past weeks' news items:
 Complete Computing System in 20K lines of Code
 CIO Insight Interview with Alan Kay
 Team reports - January 2007
 Future Book, the Sophie Revolution
 How Open Source Projects Survive Poisonous People (And You Can Too)
 Minding Your Business With Smalltalk (Part 1 of 4)
 Smalltalk Considered Unfriendly
 Squeak Foundation Board 2007 Election Results
 Minding Your Business With Smalltalk (part 2 of 4)
 Getting Lost in a Virtual World
 Can your book do this?
 Squeak - for a different Summer of Code!
 CMSBox built on Squeak and Seaside
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