> I'm turning some of my attention to figuring out what is going to go into a
> 'Learn' section for the redline website.
> I have a few questions...
> * What online smalltalk learning resources do you think would be valuable?
> * What non squeak/pharo specific books
> from http://stephane.ducasse.free.fr/FreeBooks.html do you think would be
> valuable to someone just learning Smalltalk?
> * What resources do you think are not out there right now that would be
> helpful if they were created?
It's not really a "learning" resource, but I always liked this
example of Smalltalk's minimal syntax.
More seriously though, I'm a big fan of the "koans" approach: small
test suites where each test case was made to teach you an aspect of
the language while you're fixing it. Someone wrote a suite for GNU
Smalltalk that I guess should be straightforward to port. The original
ones in Ruby may also be interesting.