The 2014 conference was held at Cambridge, England 18-22 August.

The European Smalltalk User Group (ESUG) is a non-profit users organization that supports all kinds of Smalltalk initiatives, especially free-open source ones that benefit the whole Smalltalk community. For example ESUG does:

  • Link all users of the Smalltalk programming language and environments in Europe, individual and corporate
  • Promote the use of Smalltalk
  • Support local users groups and establish new ones
  • Support Smalltalk projects and initiatives such as the Free Seaside Hosting Server
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ESUG Awards 2014

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Andrei Chiș, Tudor Girba, Alex Syrel
Jannik Laval
Ronie Salgado

Special Awards

Promotion Award: James Robertson
25 Years of Successful Smalltalk: Georg Heeg