[Pharo-users] happy lessons from recent talks

stepharo stepharo at free.fr
Mon Jan 11 10:46:24 EST 2016


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Le 11/1/16 14:12, Alexandre Bergel a écrit :
> Hi Doru,
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> Thanks for your email. Indeed, it is great that you share your experience!
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> Cheers,
> Alexandre
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> Alexandre Bergel http://www.bergel.eu
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>> On Jan 11, 2016, at 6:47 AM, Tudor Girba <tudor at tudorgirba.com 
>> <mailto:tudor at tudorgirba.com>> wrote:
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>> Hi,
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>> I just wanted to share with you a bit of a different perspective on 
>> what we do around here.
>>
>> Over the past half a year I gave several talks to some 1k technical 
>> people at industrial events like ArchConf, NDC Oslo and several 
>> others. The tour will continue this year at OOP, ArchConf and a 
>> couple of other places. These are places where people talk about 
>> mainstream techniques & technologies (like Java, JS, C#). For 
>> example, ArchConf is a premier software architecture conference in 
>> the US.
>>
>> During these sessions, people get to experience Moose and Pharo 
>> through live demos. I use these demos as examples of how humane 
>> assessment (building your own analysis tools) can boost engineering 
>> decisions making in practice.
>>
>> I consistently receive the feedback that the live programming 
>> possibilities from Pharo/Moose are impressive. But, more recently, 
>> there is something else worthy of being noted. If in previous years, 
>> nobody heard about what we do, this year I started to get 
>> consistently a couple of persons in the room that have heard 
>> something about Pharo/Moose before the presentation.
>>
>> This is huge. While a couple might not sound like much, you should 
>> remember that information (especially in this technical space) has 
>> the capability of spreading exponentially. What we have done over the 
>> past years starts to show results. We have to keep it up.
>>
>> Happy New Year!
>>
>> Cheers,
>> Doru
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>> "Problem solving should be focused on describing
>> the problem in a way that makes the solution obvious."
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