On Thursday, 23 November 2017 11:36:32 UTC-5, Herby wrote:
Ian Ian wrote:
> I have been interested in Smalltalk for quite sometime. Beginning with
> my career in the mid 90's. For some reason or another, likely corporate
> direction, I never got there. However since I feel that as far as OOP
> goes there has never been any true advancement in this area. Rather,
> the plugging in of object functionality into high-bred arguably
> functional languages. Given circumstance, I am bighting the bullet and
> have chosen to learn small talk in many variants (which is shitty thing
> to have to do - why no standards or standard library). Seems to me that
> the various smalltalk derived quasi-languages out there would only
> benefit themselves by agreeing to work together to create a standard set
> of libraries for this language offering. All I can say is that it never
> ceases to amaze me how utterly ignorant and self-serving people are.
> Why do I sound a little bitter?
> Try this on for size:
> My very first experience with a smalltalk language derivative, where I
> went to, guess what, the tutorial. The fucking this does not work. Bye
> amber. Dumbass fucks.
Bye Ian. Drink your poison yourself.
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