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Fwd: [squeak-dev] Started to post Videos of "Deep into Smalltalk"

Mariano Martinez Peck

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From: Marcus Denker <[hidden email]>
Date: Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 8:50 AM
Subject: [squeak-dev] Started to post Videos of "Deep into Smalltalk"
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After a long wait... finally:


This now has:

- Extensive, great two part PetitParser Tutorial by Doru (3 hours)
 If you ever wanted to write a Parser, this will give you a very understandable,
 step-by-step introduction.

- Enhancing SqueakNOS.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u9RUmIY2Sz8
       Crazy, these Argentinians...

- NativeBoost: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bd6mz6F167s
       Generate Binary code from the image. And a *very* fast FFI
       as an example.
       Guido and Javier of the SqueakNOS video above are right now busy here
       in Lille building something *very* interesting with NativeBoost...

- FFI, an introduction by Igor:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fU8XRCO7MUU
      What is FFI and how do we use it?

- and the first part of "A little Journey in a Virtual Machine"
  This has 5 (!) parts and together with the FFI presentation, this allows you
  to experience the very first lecture ever given by Igor Stasenko.

More to come... but this already might keep interested people busy for some
enternaining evenings :-)

We will post all the rest step by step.

The ESUG Youtube account has more stuff posted already, e.g. the talks
of this years IWST Workshop and some talks of ESUG2011, and the classic
talk of Doru from ESUG 2008 showing how (not) to give ESUG talks.

All here: http://www.youtube.com/user/esugboard


Marcus Denker -- http://marcusdenker.de


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