We are to happy to announce SciSmalltalk v0.12
SciSmalltalk is a new Smalltalk project, similar to existing scientific libraries like NumPy, SciPy for Python or SciRuby for Ruby.
SciSmalltalk already provides the following basic functionalities:
- complex and quaternions extensions,
- random number generators,
- fuzzy algorithms,
- LAPACK linear algebra package,
- Didier Besset's numerical methods,
- Ordinary Differential Equation (ODE) Solver).
Everything is available herehere>https://ci.inria.fr/pharo-contribution/job/SciSmalltalk/*
This version should work on Pharo 2.0/3.0/4.0 and also Squeak 4.5 (to be confirmed).
We are a small community, we are looking for more volunteers to contribute code and documentation. Please join us at : https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/scismalltalk
The Yesplan team is looking for a new development colleague!
This is a full time position to be performed on site. We are not looking for a freelancer. Please see  for the full description of the vacancy. Dutch speakers can check out the Dutch version .
If you are interested, or if you have additional questions, please contact me via email@example.com Also, do not hesitate to forward this email to potential candidates.
best regards Johan
Submission deadline for ESUG 2014 Presentations is
15th June 2014
The call is here
we decided to extend the deadline for submitting contributions to IWST. The new deadline is set to 22nd June, 2014.
Read the CFP here: http://esug.org/wiki/pier/About/ESUGblog/2014-05-25
Johan Brichau writes:
Yesterday, a new web application built with Seaside in Pharo and deployed with GLASS in Gemstone/S was launched to the world: http://www.norizzk.com
Norizzk.com is an innovative platform for risk-based test management. Watch the trailer on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MMqMwl6C-lk
Once again, the use of Smalltalk, Pharo, Seaside and Gemstone has proven to be a competitive advantage in the development of a stunning innovative product.
Some of you may well know the lead developer of this project, Veronica, who did her Phd as part of the RMoD team in Lille and the SOFT lab in Brussels. Over the past year, Veronica worked with Inceptive on this project and is now continuing the lead and development at the customer. The inceptive.be team wishes them good luck and we look forward to continue the development collaboration.