This page is put together as a set of good pointers and references to Smalltalk; especially since Joe is strongly biased by the beauty and elegance of the language and development environment. I have been "Smalltalking" since 1992 and it has shaped a great deal about how I program and code today. Smalltalk also extended my understanding of objects tremendously even though I had previously developed in C++, CLOS and other OO languages. I can't say enough about the language and I am glad that JAVA has attempted to include some of its good qualities. I feel very fortunate to be at the University of Illinois where I belong to a research group that has many members dedicated to Smalltalk. I am dedicated to help people be successful in Smalltalk and hope to assist with the continued success of Smalltalk as a language.
This section is dedicated to highlight some of the projects that I have had the privilege to work on by writing Smalltalk code. Most of these projects have detailed web pages associated with them and some have code available online.
The following are a list of areas that I know where Smalltalk has proven success. I will try to get some good concrete links but most companies don't provide these. The Smalltalk Industry Council also has lots of good pointers. I am looking for more so that we can start to have some concrete pointers around of the different types of applications that Smalltalk has proven to be successful.
Can be downloaded from my website. I add new material as it's been published.
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