Seaside 3.2 Session timeout & let’s start a blog parade

Seaside 3.2 is not actually new, but we just recently switched to VAST 8.6.3, which ships with Seaside 3.2. Before that we were on VAST 8.6 and Seaside 3.1.x (x=I don't remember exactly). Among the numerous changes in Seaside 3.2 is the new session timeout configuration. Up to Seaside 3.1 the way to configure session … Continue reading Seaside 3.2 Session timeout & let’s start a blog parade

Job offer in Hamburg, Germany (e.g. Gemstone/S)

Marten is looking for a new colleague. I highly recommend this position, they do amazing stuff, use an interesting mix of technolgies, including Gemstone/S

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The company I work for “dimap, Das Institut für Markt und Politikforschung” (www.dimap.de) is looking for a developer (maybe student) here in Hamburg, Germany. We are developing software systems using various programming languages (C#, Java, Python, Javascript and Smalltalk (Gemstone)). It would be *very* nice, if the person would be interested to do development in Gemstone.

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Camp Smalltalk Durham/Raleigh March 2017

Instantiations, Inc. just announced they are sponsoring a Camp Smalltalk at Durham, North Carolina March 31st – April 2nd, 2017. You wonder what a Camp Smalltalk is? Well, that's easy, let me explain to you: A few hands full of Smalltalk debvelopers, enthusiasts and also interested newbees meet for a few days at a nice … Continue reading Camp Smalltalk Durham/Raleigh March 2017

Zürich Smalltalk Meetup Nov. 8th, 2016

There are great news about the upcoming Smalltalker's Meetup in Zürich. We've found a conference room for the evening and will start off with a "show us your project" session in a room with a big screen and start the social part after your input at a nice Australian Steakhouse. The best thing is: we … Continue reading Zürich Smalltalk Meetup Nov. 8th, 2016

MOOC on Live Object Programming in Pharo

Ever wondered why Smalltalk developers love their environment and what all the buzz about Live Object Programming is about? Would you like to learn Smalltalk and understand why Smalltalkers are so passionate about it? Maybe this Free online course is the right opportunity for you to start discovering a new level of programming and widen … Continue reading MOOC on Live Object Programming in Pharo

YouTube fixed my printer

Today I had a problem with my (oldish) Epson Stylus SX600FW printer. The display said "Paper Jam" and the whole box would refuse to do anything. After a few tries to remove all the paper pieces it still insisted on jammed paper. I used air spray, a pocket lamp, opened a few screws (always a … Continue reading YouTube fixed my printer

Smalltalk Meetup in Zürich, Nov. 10, 2015

If you are a Smalltalk developer or would like to get in touch with people who use it to learn more about it, and if you happen to be in or near Zürich, Switzerland, on November 10th, then feel invited to join a few of us for a meetup. We'll meet at Restaurant Steinfels around … Continue reading Smalltalk Meetup in Zürich, Nov. 10, 2015

On the importance of Analyst Reports

You wonder why analyst reports or irrelevant stuff like the TIOBE index matter? Because they give decision makers with a lack of time, interest, knowledge or intelligence a framework of well-sounding arguments in favor of whatever technologies the analysts want them to buy. In essence, analyst reports are nothing else than sales accelerators. Grey-bearded IT … Continue reading On the importance of Analyst Reports

How to see who tried logging into your Ubuntu machine

Putting a piece of software onto a publicly reachable machine on the open (bad, dangerous, dirty and unbelievably complex) web presents you with all kinds of neat problems. One of them is that as soon as you have a public address, a certain kind of people will sure try to knock on your door, push … Continue reading How to see who tried logging into your Ubuntu machine