[nylug-announce] Query from leader of Smalltalk using Pharo Class (free, open to public) on April 27
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Tue Apr 13 17:26:52 EDT 2010
Please consider this a pre-announcement for the event to be held in two
For those who've never heard of Pharo, it's a fork of Squeak. For those
who've never heard of Squeak, it's an implementation of Smalltalk. And
if you've never heard of Smalltalk, this will be a great opportunity to
learn something about it. Please consider responding to the queries below.
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: [hack] a quick survey
Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 16:31:30 -0400
From: Sean Allen <sean at monkeysnatchbanana.com>
Reply-To: NYLUG Hacking Society Chapter <hack at nylug.org>
To: hack at nylug.org
but first, a hello.
My name is Sean Allen and I will be leading a class on Smalltalk
development and the Pharo environment in particular at the April 27th
hack. If you are considering going, please take a moment to answer
this short survey so I have an idea of how I should tailor the class.
Expect followups. Hopefully the 27th will be such a rousing success
that everyone wants me back.
Thanks, in advance for your time.
You can send replies directly to me at sean at monkeysnatchbanana.com
What is your level of programming experience?
Have you ever used any implementation of Smalltalk before? If yes,
please describe which and your level of usage.
Have you ever used a highly dynamic programming like Smalltalk, Lisp,
Tcl or Ruby? If yes, please describe which
and your level of usage.
Have you ever used an image based system before?
What experience do you have working with object databases?
When you hear the words IDE/Integrated Development Environment, what
comes to mind?
What IDEs have you used?
What you ever programmed using a language that has closures or blocks?
If yes, which languages.
Have you ever done Test Driven Development?
Have you ever used a debugger as an exploratory tool/programming environment?
What experience do you have with web application development?
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