ESUG News

GemStone/S 64 Bit 3.3 Release

Dear GemTalk customers,

We are pleased to announce several important releases on our GemStone/S 64 Bit, GemBuilder for Smalltalk, and GemBuilder for Java product lines.

As always, we encourage you to read the Release Notes and Install Guides prior to upgrading to these latest product releases. Please contact GemTalk Technical Support if you have any trouble downloading or upgrading to this release.

Thank you, The GemStone/S team

Posted by admin at 11 February 2016, 4:59 pm comment link

Dolphin Smalltalk 7

Dolphin Smalltalk is a nice Smalltalk System for Windows. Version 7 is fully open source with MIT license on GitHub. Read more

The sources for both the image and the virtual machine will be available.

For those who do not know it: Dolphin is a Smalltalk system for Windows provided by Andy Bower and Blaire McGlashan from http://www.object-arts.com.

The existing Dolphin 6.2 codebase was brought by Andy Bower now under Git and compiles completely under VisualStudio Community 2013. This is a new version, Dolphin 7, that is modelled off the previous X6.1 Professional Edition (although you can choose to build Dolphin Community Edition from it if you like). (from http://astares.blogspot.de)

Posted by admin at 5 January 2016, 7:17 pm comment link

Madrid Smalltalk User Group: Jan 27

There will be a meeting of the Madrid Smalltalk User Group on Monday, January 25, 2016.

More information at http://www.meetup.com/MadridSUG/

Posted by admin at 27 December 2015, 3:59 pm comment link

ESUG 2015 report

Niall Ross wrote again an extensive report of this years ESUG:

It is now archived and online:

http://www.esug.org/data/ReportsFromNiallRoss/ESUG2015Report-NiallRoss.pdf

Posted by admin at 23 December 2015, 5:08 pm comment link

OopluCon 2016

A Day for the Smalltalk Programming Language and its Friends

  • Sunday 10 April 2016
  • 8am - 4pm
  • The Box SF: 1069 Howard Street (between 6th and 7th, three blocks from Moscone Center, SoMa San Francisco, USA
  • http://www.theboxsf.com/

The event is free

  • A request for presentations will be announced in a future month
  • A presentation called An Introduction To Smalltalk will promoted to the Ruby, Python and Objective C communities
  • The latest details will be available at http://www.ooplu.com
Posted by admin at 4 November 2015, 7:07 pm comment link
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