Last updated at 1:05 am UTC on 17 January 2006
I discovered Squeak on 5 April 03. I was looking for a good development environment for my Playstation 2. I'd tried C++/Lua, but was just getting annoyed at how low-level the whole thing was.
Squeak ported easily, but was too heavyweight (both memory and CPU) for the little system. However, Squeak was sufficiently cool that I had to install it on my main home Linux box.
My interests (i.e. long term, never to be completed projects)...
- Image Recognition - is that a hat or a tree? is there a tank in this picture?
- Computer Go - the black and white stones game.
- Collaborative Programming - as in big systems with hundreds of programmers
- Computer Games - programs so fun to use that people will use them for the sake of using them!