Smalltalk With Style
by E. Klimas, S. Skublics, D. A. Thomas
Publisher: Prentice Hall 2004
Number of pages: 139
Bridging the gap between established software engineering principles and the real-world practice of programming, this book presents guidelines for programming in the Smalltalk language that will result in source code that is clear, easy to read, and easy to understand. Covers layout and structure, code formatting, reliability and portability, and tips.
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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 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 Dan Shafer, Dean A. Ritz - Springer
This book is specifically aimed at people who are interested in learning to build real-world applications using Smalltalk/V. It also includes a bit of refresher material that extends some of the information in the Smalltalk/V tutorial as well.
by Canol Goekel - Lulu.com
This book tries a different approach for teaching introductory computer programming than most other books by choosing Smalltalk as the programming language. A language which is mature and powerful yet not as widely used as some popular alternatives.