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sábado, junio 28, 2008

ESUG 2008 International Smalltalk Conference

Dear software engineer,

End of August, a unique conference will take place in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. This conference is organized by the European Smalltalk User Group (ESUG).

Smalltalk ( is a dynamic and reflective language exercising a continuing influence on historic and current developments in programming languages and software technology.

This year celebrates the 16th edition of the ESUG conference, which features more than 40 presentations on, among others, the following subjects:

Programming Language Platforms:
- Newspeak (New open source dynamic language focusing on modularity,
security and interoperability)
- Cog (New highly optimized open source Squeak VM)
- Maglev (Highly scalable Ruby VM)
- OpenCroquet (Deeply collaborative, multi-user online Smalltalk
development environment)

Web Frameworks:
- Seaside (The continuation & component-based web framework)
- WebVelocity
- AidaWeb (Smalltalk Web Application Server)
- WebTerminal

Model Driven Engineering:
- The Meta Environment Language Workbench
- ObjectStudio ModelingTool
- Fame; Meta-modeling Framework
- MBA Smalltalk; to manage your objects

Additionally, the winners of the ABN Amro sponsored Innovation Awards
will be presented.

Are you interested in the latest developments in dynamic languages and
Web development, be sure to register as soon as possible at

Important information:

Conference website:

Time: Augustus 25-29, 2008
Venue: Centrum voor Wiskunde en Informatica (CWI), Kruislaan 413,
Amsterdam, Turing Zaal.

Hope to see you at ESUG'08!

Kind regards

ESUG 2008

3 comentarios:

Dan Rozenfarb dijo...

Germán, te deseo suerte con tu presentación a ESUG.
Sigamos manteniendo vivo a Smalltalk (y ya que estamos, a Dolphin también :-)

Dan Rozenfarb

Germán Arduino dijo...

Muchas Gracias Dan! Lo mismo para vos, he visto tu trabajo y me parece excelente.

De mi parte, siento un gran aprecio por Dolphin (hasta el punto de usar muchas horas para intentar que ande en Linux todo el entorno de desarrollo).

Saludos y Suerte!

Dan Rozenfarb dijo...

Perdón que no te contesté antes, pero acabo de ver tu comentario.
Gracias por tu apreciación.
Estoy por comenzar a investigar Seaside para Dolphin. Me gustaría charlar con alguien con experiencia. ¿Cómo puedo contactarte para charlar al respecto?