Re: Small Talk

Subject: Re: Small Talk
From: Gurudutt Kamath/Technical Writing Centre <guruk -at- GIASBM01 -dot- VSNL -dot- NET -dot- IN>
Date: Sun, 12 Jan 1997 06:29:38 +0530

Hello Dawn,

At the risk of being regarded as small talk, I would like to suggest that
you go ahead with learning Small Talk. It should be quite easy. Even I
have no programming background, and an experienced programming
professional and teacher suggested that I could learn Small Talk.
However, as I do not have the need for it immediately, I have not learnt
it so far.

If memory serves me right, Small Talk is from the Applie/Mac stable.
Anything from there, I feel, is easy to learn -- ar at least it looks
like that. All the best!

Best wishes from India!

Guru


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On Sat, 11 Jan 1997, Dawn Langley wrote:

> I need to know how daunting SmallTalk would be to learn for someone with
> absolutely no programming language experience.

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