The Art and Science of Smalltalk
by Simon Lewis
Publisher: Prentice Hall 1995
Number of pages: 223
This highly readable and 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 book aims to demystify the transition from conventional programming to programming with Smalltalk. It includes a step-by-step guide, taking the reader through the basics, via object-oriented programming with Smalltalk language and its development environment, right up to designing, coding and debugging your own programs.
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by E. Klimas, S. Skublics, D. A. Thomas - Prentice Hall
Bridging the gap between established software engineering principles and the real-world programming, this book presents guidelines for programming in the Smalltalk language that will result in source code that is clear and easy to understand.
by K. Khor, N. Chavis, S. Lovett, D. White - IBM
Since this tutorial is intended to be on the language itself, discussion of the development environment will not be covered in great detail. Focus will be placed on the parts of the language that are common to, and uniform across, all platforms.
by Alec Sharp - Mcgraw-Hill
This book is written for people who want to become productive in Smalltalk programming in as short a time as possible. The book presents the information that the reader needs in order to understand the concepts and the capabilities of Smalltalk.
by Stephane Ducasse - Apress
This book will teach you core programming concepts based on simple, visual problems that involve manipulation of robots, or 'turtles'. You will learn basic programming concepts like loops, abstractions, composition, and conditionals.