Reminder: Ottawa Carleton Smalltalk Users Group meeting Oct 3 
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 Reminder: Ottawa Carleton Smalltalk Users Group meeting Oct 3


The Ottawa Carleton Smalltalk Users Group will be holding its first
meeting since the summer break on Thursday, Oct 3, 2002.

ElastoLab - A Physics Playground for Kids

David Buck
Simberon Incorporated

ElastoLab is a shrink-wrapped VisualWorks application that allows kids
to design their own 2D scenes that incorporate physics elements like
particles, springs, and gravity and lets them see their scenes animate
in real-time.  Originally written in C++, it was later completely
re-written in Smalltalk.

David will be talking about the development history and the design
challenges in writing ElastoLab. The talk will explain:

   * how to interface to the Windows sound facilities from Smalltalk
   * how to make graphical applications run quickly
   * how to package a Smalltalk application for release
   * developing help facilities and guided tours
   * using the web toolkit to develop a message board on the Internet
     for ElastoLab.

A CD-ROM of the ElastoLab demo version will be available to all attendees.

Date and Time

Export Development Canada
151 O'Connor Street
Ottawa, Ontario
Thursday, Oct 3, 2002
7:00 p.m. (please arrive by 6:45)




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