Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Sunday, February 26, 2017

Pharo Bootstrapping

A short video of the Pharo bootstrapping from a Ring model that is browsed and modified by the Calypso browser.

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Woden 2 release

Ronie Salgado released a new version of Woden: the World Dynamic Engine 2. It is for Linux and OS/X.

Instructions are here https://github.com/ronsaldo/woden2

Monday, February 20, 2017

Pharo Cauldron dashboard

Someone created a Cauldron.io dashboard for pharo-project which is available here.

But as the underlying data is only based on a few projects it does not show the full picture of community and contributions. Less useful (at least for me)

Sublimish Theme for Pharo

Latest Pharo 6 image build includes a SublimishTheme. I guess is the one from Sebastian.

Application Security

This post points to a blog post back from 2014 with an Application security package. Still worth to read!

Analyzing SAP with Pharo

Two videos showing how SAP could be analyzed using Pharo:

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Blog post about Calypso navigation model

Blog post on Calypso navigation model. Calypso is a new system browser for Pharo.

Sensor Network

This is a demo for creating a spec with Roassal Pharo Smalltalk:

Pharo OpenPONK article

An article about OpenPONK (former DynaCase) tool found on modeling-languages.com. Read more. The tool is written in Pharo.

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Smalltalk from outer space

To quote Global Chief Technology Officer for Capgemini’s Insights & Data organisation, Ron Tolido:
Question: What is your favourite technology of all time?
Answer: That would have to be the MacBook Air; I’ve had quite a few by now and they still amaze me. In terms of programming languages, I still consider Smalltalk coming from outer space.

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Code Completion in Pharo

Lukas, a student at the Faculty of Information Technology of the Czech Technical University in Prague decided to make Code Completion in Pharo the topic of his Bachelor's degree and he will try to improve it. You can help him by filling out this survey. I personally would like to see templates in the code completion similar to what Eclipse provides.