ONLamp: Smalltalk for Everyone Else
Sep 24, 2006, 12:00 (24 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Keith Fieldhouse)
"You've decided to expand your horizons. You've been programming
exclusively in Java (or C++, or Perl, or Ruby) for a while now.
You're happy and productive, but you have this nagging feeling that
you're solving problems by rote rather than thinking as creatively
as you once did. Learning a new language, especially one that
forces you to re-examine some of your notions about software
development, may be just the ticket.
"Smalltalk, an influential language with deep roots in software
development practice, offers an outstanding opportunity for
stretching your mind and exercising your development muscles. The
only drawback is that once you try it, you may never go back. This
article will help you get started..."