Learning Squeak (was: Porting Squeak)
gafisher at sprynet.com
Tue Jan 15 13:32:16 UTC 2002
I have emailed you off-list to request the English materials you mentioned,
but wish to thank you publicly. The generosity of the Squeak community
continues to amaze me; it is exceeded only by the quality of the
----- Original Message -----
From: "Stephane Ducasse" <ducasse at iam.unibe.ch>
To: <squeak-dev at lists.squeakfoundation.org>
Sent: Tuesday, January 15, 2002 2:58 AM
Subject: Re: Learning Squeak (was: Porting Squeak)
> on 1/15/02 2:28 AM, Gary Fisher at gafisher at sprynet.com wrote:
> >>> have you looked at Guzdial's text book?
> >> Yes, of course -- if you mean the one I think you do. Looked at, and
> >> (the online version ... if the hardcopy is substantially different, I
> >> wouldn't know). Nice book. Topical. But more of a reference than an
> > I believe the book referred to is Mark's earlier text, "Squeak -- Object
> > Oriented Design with Multimedia Applications," which begins at a much
> > basic level.
> > But if I may widen the "Learning Squeak" field a tad, can anyone here
> > comment on Korienek, Wrensch and Dechow's "Squeak -- A Quick Trip to
> > Objectland?" I'm looking for something suitable for students at the
> > and high-school level with little to no programming experience to
> > Gary Fisher
> Gary you can try the document I wrote (I'm in the process to restart and
> complement it so that it can be a book at the end)
> Ask me for the english version which is more elaborated and the code for
> if you are interested.
> I'm still interested to do a demo of Squeak in your previous school.
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