Google Tech Talks: FScript - a scripting solution for Mac OS X / Cocoa

Posted in Conferences, Companies, Operating Systems, Development on July 13, 2007


Google Tech Talks: FScript - a scripting solution for Mac OS X / Cocoa

The project lead of FScript: Philippe Mougin, is in town for Apple's WWDC 2007 in June at San Francisco and is interested in giving this talk on FScript - a smalltalk-inspired dynamically typed language for rapid development of Mac OS X and Cocoa applications and automation solutions.

FScript is much more than just a scripting language, like smalltalk it provides a set of high level exploration, browsing and development tools which let you explore Objective C libraries as easily as FScript ones.

The talk should be of interest to the Mac group and also more generally to people interested in dynamic languages, OOP, and new programming models, as Philippe will cover some interesting language-level innovations.

Google Tech Talks
June 18, 2007

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