New Website!

We have a new website and a new logo for our community. Go Smalltalk!

Smalltalk was designed for Kids!

Yes! Alan Kay was trying to develop an environment to be used in the education of our kids.

Did you Know that Smalltalk was created in 70's at Xerox?

The use of the mouse, the "copy and paste", the bitblt and others technologies was firstly created in Smalltalk. Steve Jobs saw those ideas at Xerox and he developed a new language, Objective-C.

Mailing List in Spanish!

Please, go to and join us!

September 27, 2009

FAST has a new website

FAST (which is the acronym in Spanish for Smalltalk Argentine Foundation) has a new website powered by the GLASS platform (Gemstone/Linux/Apache/Squeak/Seaside) at It's the official site for Smalltalk 2009. Here you can register to the conference and if you do it before October 25th you will get the official conference t-shirt! Also, you can send your talk proposal or get involved in the coding contest.

Seaside for Dolphin 2.9.0-alpha4 available

Our friends at Infoil has announced the alpha release port of Seaside for Dolphin. Here is the link where you can download it: If you want to collaborate just contact Sebastian Calvo at fxgallego (at google's free email).
For more information, here is the announcement.

September 10, 2009

Dan Ingalls and Stéphane Ducasse will be at Smalltalks 2009

The Organization Committee of Smalltalks 2009 (Buenos Aires, 19-21 November) has announced that Dan Ingalls and Stéphane Ducasse will be at the Conference.
Congratulations to all the people at Smalltalks 2009! We're really excited at the local community! See you at the conference!

September 6, 2009

Retrobjects gets the first place at ESUG 2009 Innovation Awards

Congratulations to Gabriel Honoré for the first place obtained at the innovation awards! He has done a great job with his Commodore 64 emulator which can be downloaded from:
Here you can read the interview to Gabriel after winning the first place in Smalltalks 2008.
Congratulations to all the SqueaNOS team too! They obteined the third position!

Gabriel Honoré and Gerardo Richarte
Photo by Hernán Wilkinson

The Argentinian team at ESUG 2009

This is the photo of the argentinian people who went to this ESUG edition. It's funny to see them wearing t-shirts from the argentinian soccer team and the argentinian rugby team, "Los Pumas".
Congratulations for the nice idea! 

The argentinian team in ESUG - Photo by Adriaan Van Os