Briefly about me:
I'm a 22 year old (male) student at the Faculty of Elelectrical Engineering and Computer Science’s. My native language is Slovene, but I speak and write English and German. I have practice work in a company that works with touché screen technology. I work as a programmer for this company.
About my study
I'm currently finishing professionally Oriented Study Programmer of Computer Science and Information Technologies. This is a 3 year program.
My main interests are web application as e-commercial or CMS. I am also interested in learning about new technology for web applications.
My non-Smalltalk experiences so far
During my study at the university I've used following languages:
C/C++ , Java, XHTML, HTML, CSS, MYSQL.
During my activities outside of my study:
C#, LINQ, MSSQL, PHP, ASP.NET, WPF, WCF.
I've made projects in a couple of these languages too:
· At University we build a web application for smart houses that generate a weekly menu for lunch.
· The application helps to communicate with the family members with help of video and text messages.
- At University we wrote a small program for wireless communication for microchips.
· I made a web application for adding menus, contents and galleries in database for info point.
· I made a WPF application for showing the contents, menus and galleries on info point. All the contents and menus are synchronized with the web server.
My Smalltalk experiences so far
I don't have a Smalltalk experience but I use the principles of Object Oriented programming.
Why am I interested in Smalltalk?
Because I'm always interested to learn new things and because Smalltalk is object-oriented language and I want to learn more about it. I always look for practical work and new challenges to improve my programming skills.
I want to work on open source project because I think this is a great experience for me and it will open new options for the future.
Will I stay with Smalltalk after the finished project?
I have already worked for projects outside of university and I will be glad to stay with Smalltalk after finishing the project.