A good book on Squeak?

Brucestro at aol.com Brucestro at aol.com
Fri Mar 21 17:56:26 PST 2003

Thanks for the suggestions about the books, Kim!  I'll read them before our 
Squeak seminar next month!!!  (And by virtue of this posting, encourage 
others signed up for the seminar to do the same!)

Bruce Strothenke
Teachers College


Squeak:  Object Oriented Design with Multimedia Applications
see this amazon url:
<A HREF="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0130280283/qid=1048285977/sr=2-2/ref=sr_2_2/103-7626248-0503005">


Mark used this book at a text and intro to Squeak for his 
first/second year C.S. students at Georgia Tech.

Mark and I coedited:
Squeak Open Personal computing and MutiMedia, also published by 
Prentice Hall (and referenced on that same amazon.com page0
This book is more a "history" of how Squeak came to pass with 
contributions from several of the open source contributors.  There 
are chapters on porting Squeak, sound and music in Squeak, etc., etc.
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