Google Summer Of Code

30 September, 2012

Summer’s over, so it’s time to see what the Google Summer Of Code has produced. The projects and their completed source code can be found at this Summer Of Code page.

As with the ESUG Technology Innovation Awards there are some browsers, profilers, and visualization tools. The Hazelnut project aims to create a tiny kernel image. There is an online interactive Smalltalk tutorial, which is not actually online. You can download it as a tarball. Tanker will allow you to use Fuel for package management. The HMI project connects Amber as a front end with Pharo as a back end.

Congratulations to Janko Mivsek and Carla F. Griggio for making this year’s GSOC happen.

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