Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Vista Smalltalk?

Either why the lucky stiff is smoking glue, or Microsoft is doing something...

cool?

Weird!

Vista is just part of a much larger architectural change in how Microsoft applications will be written and deployed. The Smalltalk language is ideally suited for the enhanced application connectivity that these new architectures will allow. Vista Smalltalk runs in Internet Explorer 7 as well as on the Windows Vista desktop and is designed to be fully compatible with the .Net framework including future (WPF/E) cross-platform implementations.

1 comment:

  1. Nothing being smoked there: Check out Peter Fisk's blog at http://vistasmalltalk.wordpress.com/ for the play-by-play.

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