Monthly Archives: June 2010

VASTForum 2010, Stuttgart – Questions and Answers

And this is the video of the last session: “Questions and Answers” – sorry for the bad sound, but actually I was sitting in the back of this room and I was also not able to hear or understand all … Continue reading

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VASTForum 2010, Stuttgart – Experience Report Porting …

The next video is available hold by John O’Keefe Full abstract of talk: In the course of porting Seaside from Squeak (and now from Pharo) to VA Smalltalk, various code structures, tools, and techniques have been developed. In this talk … Continue reading

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VASTForum 2010, Stuttgart – Smalltalk as a Service

The next video is available hold by Sebastian Heidbrink. Full abstract of talk: This session will show you how Tricept’s fat client server conversion enables others to use your reliable, or even mission critical, business logic via web services. We … Continue reading

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VASTForum 2010, Stuttgart – Seaside

The next video (size around 415 MB) is available hold by Luka Renggli: Full abstract of talk: Seaside does many things differently from what is considered best practice in Web development. This talk will summarize new patterns of Web development … Continue reading

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VASTForum 2010, Stuttgart – GetYourProjectBackToShape – Video

Next video recorded at VASTForum 2010 in Stuttgart has been rendered (from Joachim Tuchel) (~380 MB): Full abstract of talk: Many Smalltalk projects have a history of 10-15+ years, and they suffer from the same problem: after the initial phases … Continue reading

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Team Foundation Server – Source Control – too difficult ?

I’ve worked with binary source code repositories over the last 20 years – and now I tried to switch to Team Foundation Server and I get the feeling, that this stuff is pretty difficult – and when this technology is … Continue reading

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VASTForum 2010, Stuttgart – VA 8.02 Update video

The next video from the VASTForum 2010 is ready (though pretty large: 350 MB): Full abstract of talk: This session will introduce the newly-available VA Smalltalk V8.0.2 release, delve into the new capabilities available with it, and touch on additional … Continue reading

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