Briefly about me
I am a curious and open-minded student of 23 years old.
About my study
I was self-educated in computer science before my bachelor.
Now, I am a student that has just completed a master in computer science.
I really enjoy to contribute to open source community and I think gsoc is a real opportunity to start.
Otherwise, I take an interest in challenges and self-improvement.
My non-Smalltalk experiences so far
I have a broad knowledge about computer science (except hardware).
I have experimented about 20 languages and I have done significant projects in C (game of life, parser, optimization of machining line), in Java (collaborative editor, control of robot motion) and in Python (django website).
My Smalltalk experiences so far
I have just discovered Smalltalk this year in different classes (this school is the major Smalltalk'center of France). So, I do not have important experiment however I discover very interesting thinks in "Meta" class.
Why am I interested in Smalltalk?
I like this language because it is a transparant, flexible, reflexive and oriented-object one ; and I appreciate also that this open space of creation is just designed on simple and few concepts.
Will I stay with Smalltalk after the project is finished?
I will see...