The next Stanford Macintosh Users Group Developers meeting will be on
Thursday, October 24, at 7:30pm in Poyla 111, (Turing Auditorium) in
the Jordan Quad.
Our speaker will be Dan Ingalls of Apple Computer, who will be speaking about
the Smalltalk programming language. Dan formally worked at Xerox PARC, and was
one of the original designers of the Smalltalk language.
At the meeting, Dan will also be demonstrating the implementation of Smalltalk
developed at Apple which currently runs on the 512K (or larger) macintosh.
Our next speaker, on Thursday, November 7, will be Pat Dirks of Apple Computer.
Pat is one of the principal architects of the new Macintosh hierarchial
File System which is used with the Hard Disk 20. He will be talking about
the internals of the HFS as well as new calling sequences necessary to use
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