Briefly about me
I am Pablo Estefó, a 23-year-old chilean undergraduate computer science student.
About my study
I am an undergraduate computer science student at the University of Chile.
I'm interested in software visualization as an effective way to assess software evolution and software quality issues. I am also interested in agile methodologies and software usability.
My non-Smalltalk experiences so far
I have worked on several different languages for some assignments at university and small personal projects, some of them are: python(django), Java, scheme/racket, C, PHP. I have worked on mobile devices as well, last year two university colleagues and I won the first place at an Android app competition(http://www.cursorlab.com/?p=726).
My Smalltalk experiences so far
First time I used Smalltalk(actually i used Pharo) was in 2011 in assignments of a Software Quality and Evolution lecture at university. In parallel, I am working on a personal project for unit testing restructuring called: TestSurgeon. The environment I use for development is Moose environment (moosetechnology.org) and I intensively use both Glamour, Mondrian and Spy technologies.
Why am I interested in Smalltalk?
Because I think is a beautiful language because of its purity of object oriented design and its simple but powerful syntax. Environments where you can work provide a completely different developing experience you can not found working with other programming languages. Those environments promotes the use of good practices in development.
Will I stay with Smalltalk after the project is finished?
Sure, it is a perfect opportunity to meet the smalltalk community which can lead to get involved in other projects.