With the increasing use of git and Smalltalk, the stormy relationship between Smalltalk and disk files is back in full flood. Having spent the last 7 years building tools for working with Smalltalk and git (Metacello, Filetree, and tODE) Dale will discuss successful strategies for navigating these troubled waters.Download presentation
Dale Henrichs wrote his first commercial Smalltalk application on a Tekronix 4404 in 1985 and has been working in Smalltalk ever since. Currently Dale is a Principal Engineer at GemTalk Systems where he has worked since 1997. Dale is responsible for the GemTalk Systems' contributions to the open source projects GLASS, Seaside, FileTree, Metacello, GsDevKit_home, tODE and others.