Smalltalk by Example: The Developer's Guide
by Alec Sharp
Publisher: Mcgraw-Hill 1997
Number of pages: 359
This book is written for people who want to become productive in Smalltalk programming in as short a time as possible. The book presents the information that the reader needs in order to understand the concepts and the capabilities of Smalltalk. It then goes a step beyond and gives practical examples of how readers would use the capabilities when developing products.
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by Glen Krasner (ed.) - Addison-Wesley
The book first describes the history of how Smalltalk was built from scratch. It then goes on to show the way in which Smalltalk was made public. The papers range from overall design issues down to statistics on the work of the VM and image contents.
by Adele Goldberg, David Robson - Addison-Wesley
The book is an overview of the concepts and syntax of the programming language, and an annotated and illustrated specification of the system's functionality. The book gives an example of the design and implementation of a moderate-size application.
by Trevor Hopkins, Bernard Horan - Prentice Hall
A complete guide to Smalltalk-80, containing everything a user should know to start constructing applications. A very important language for those interested in object-oriented programming, one of the hot areas in software engineering.
by John Hunt - Springer
An introduction to object-orientation for 2nd, 3rd and 4th year computer science and software engineering students or those actively involved in the software industry. John Hunt adopts a 'hands on' approach providing a thorough introduction to O-O.