Let’s suppose a typical IoT / Edge Computing developer/deployment stack: One (maybe low-level) language with its own syntax and IDE to read/write data from sensors or anything GPIO-related. Another (likely high-level) language / IDE that applies business logic at increasing complexity into the collected data. A database. It’s likely that language 1) and 2) are … More Sensor, process and transparently persist your IoT data with an end-to-end object-oriented system
I think a clear example of how great the Smalltalk community is just happened to me once again during the recent Camp Smalltalk at North Carolina organized by Instantiations. But “the thing” started way before that. I think Tim Rowledge started with some GPIO lib wrapper in Squeak. Louis LaBrunda was interested on having that on … More Another example of how great the Smalltalk community is
Hi guys, While I promised to start a series of posts about GemStone itself, today I wanted to write down some notes about something I’ve been doing in the last days. Serializing object graphs with SIXX One possible way of moving objects between different GemStone instances or even between GemStone and Pharo, is a serializer. … More Serializing large graphs with SIXX in GemStone
A bit on GemStone history When talking about Smalltalk, one of the advantages always mentioned is its “maturity”. In the previous post, I commented some GemStone features. If you read them carefully, it seems like if we were talking about a modern technology that couldn’t have been possible years ago. Wrong!!!! GemStone Systems was funded … More What is GemStone? Part 2
What is GemStone When you ask a Smalltalker what Smalltalk is, you will find many different answers: a language, an environment, an object system, a platform or simply a combination of all of those or more. With GemStone, I have a similar feeling. I think different people will answer differently. To me, GemStone is an … More What is GemStone?