When you teach mathematics at secondary schools, you enjoy using interactive geometry software with your students. Dr.Geo is one such free software, it comes with some unique features. With such software, students learn geometry the way it should be learned -- by drawing, but Dr. Geo goes one step further.Read more »
One Smalltalk aspect still astonishing me after years of practicing is the joy it brings when it is time to track bugs.
My experience in developing both a C++ and Smalltalk version of Dr. Geo showed me you got a huge boost in productivity, which of course brings directly happiness while writing code and tracking bugs.Read more »
"...Main features of the new release include downloading of remote packages (for projects hosted on smalltalk.gnu.org), a new browser based on GTK+, a callgraph profiler and incremental garbage collection. This version can also run the Iliad web framework..."Read more »
"The Pragmatic Programmers recommend learning a new programming language every year. I thought for a long time that this was a good idea, but didn't really act on it. Instead I'd dabble in a dozen languages a year. While this has built my intuition as to what various languages are like it has not made me a competent programmer in a new language.Read more »
"GNU Smalltalk 3.1 has been released at [...] Compared to the 3.0.x branch, focus on porting libraries from other Smalltalks, adding bindings to other external libraries, and facilitating the creation of C/Smalltalk interfaces..."Read more »