New to Squeak
ducasse at iam.unibe.ch
Mon Jan 5 19:40:25 UTC 2004
have a look at the books available at:
I suggest you to read smalltalk by example and
Smalltalk An Introduction to Application Development using VisualWorks,
and the art and science
of Smalltalk. Have fun and do not hesitate to ask question.
as you are in web stuff you should have a look at SeaSide
On 5 janv. 04, at 19:54, Adrian Cooper - Weft Hand wrote:
> Hi all,
> I hope this is the right place for my questions? I apologise in
> advance if
> it is not. I am new to programming, I have dabbled with php server
> scripting and Liberty Basic. Next month I am due to start a 9 month
> with the Open University, "M206 - Computing: An Object Oriented
> The language we will be using is Smalltalk. I am just about getting
> my head
> around the whole OOP concept, but still have a way to go.
> I downloaded Squeak a couple of weeks ago (ver 3.6) and I am utterly
> fascinated by it but also find the interface and the myriad of tools a
> daunting. I have been playing with it, but seem to be getting nowhere
> fast. My questions are:
> Are there any good tutorials on the web about Squeak 3.6, assuming
> that the
> user has little or no programming experience?
> Are there any good books about Squeak that could be recommended?
> Are there any mailing lists or forums specifically for Squeak novices?
> Are the attachments from the list updates? If so, how do I use them?
> they pertain to ver 3.6.
> I have used Google, but Getting hold of specific Squeak information is
> a bit
> hit and miss. I really would like to learn a lot more about Squeak,
> help would be appreciated.
> Kind regards
> Adrian Cooper
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