Ottawa Carleton Smalltalk Users Group meeting Oct 3, 2002 
Author Message
 Ottawa Carleton Smalltalk Users Group meeting Oct 3, 2002

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)




Tue, 08 Mar 2005 08:40:58 GMT  
 
 [ 1 post ] 

 Relevant Pages 

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

2. Ottawa Carleton Smalltalk Users Group Meeting - July 3, 2003

3. Ottawa Carleton Smalltalk Users Group meeting

4. Reminder: Ottawa Carleton Smalltalk Users Group Meeting

5. Ottawa Carleton Smalltalk Users Group meeting - Feb 3

6. Ottawa Carleton Smalltalk Users Group meeting Feb 27

7. Ottawa Carleton Smalltalk Users Group meeting

8. Reminder: Ottawa Smalltalk User Group meeting June 28

9. Ottawa Smalltalk Users Group Meeting

10. Toronto Smalltalk User Group: Oct. 5 meeting

11. NYC Oct 15 user group meeting Smalltalk

12. Minutes from the September 2002 Meeting of the Colorado Eiffel User's Group

 

 
Powered by phpBB® Forum Software