Smalltalk-80: Bits of History, Words of Advice
by Glen Krasner (ed.)
Publisher: Addison-Wesley 1983
Number of pages: 354
This book first describes the incredibly exciting history of how Smalltalk was built from scratch. It then goes on to show the way in which Smalltalk was made public. These papers are an invaluable source of information for any Smalltalker. They range from overall design issues down to statistics on the work of the VM and image contents.
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by Ivan Tomek
This textbook introduces concepts of object-oriented software development and the programming language Smalltalk. The text covers OO concepts, OO application development, Smalltalk programming environment, base classes, and elements of style.
by Simon Lewis - Prentice Hall
This practical book provides an effective introduction to programming in Smalltalk, and explains the most efficient ways to think about and work with the system. The demystifies the transition from conventional programming to Smalltalk.
by Adele Goldberg - Addison-Wesley
This book is an introduction to the user interface of the Smalltalk-80 system, an illustrated description of how to explore the class descriptions available in the system, how to use the editors for implementing new class descriptions, etc.
by K. Khor, N. Chavis, S. Lovett, D. White - IBM
Since this tutorial is intended to be on the language itself, discussion of the development environment will not be covered in great detail. Focus will be placed on the parts of the language that are common to, and uniform across, all platforms.