GemStone/S 64 Bit version 3 includes a new WebTools goodie that allows you to examine code and monitor performance, all from a web browser. This presentation includes a demo and a description of the underlying technology, including an explanation of why it does not use Seaside (or any other existing web framework).
As a junior-high student in 1971, James discovered the local university’s computer center and a life-long obsession with computers began. He was introduced to Smalltalk/V for the Mac in the mid-90s, and became a Smalltalk bigot. James is on the Smalltalk Engineering team at VMware, and is a passionate advocate for GemStone and Seaside.