Briefly about me
I'm 23 years old sudent at the Islamic University of Gaza ( http://www.iugaza.edu.ps/en/ ) in the computer engineering faculty. I'll hopefully finish my bachelor degree next year.
I live in Gaza city, Palestine.
About my study
In the department of Computer Engineering, we take courses that discuss computer hardware such as computer organization and architecture, Electronics Principles and other courses in addition to computer software courses.
Computer software courses include data structures, computer programming(Beginnin and advanced), Software Engineering in addition to other related courses.
A complete study plan of my studies is on the following url:
In the field of my studies, I'm interested mainly in programming and software engineering in addition to web development.
Outside the field of my study, I'm interested in reading, writing stories.
My non-Smalltalk experiences so far
I've already worked on Java projects during my studies. I've designed and implemented a program to analyze arabic articles and output the origins of words composing those articles.
I've also worked on a java program to manage Human Resources department in a local organization.
I've attended some courses in web programming that include PHP, JSP and ASP.NET.
My Smalltalk experiences so far
I don't have any smalltalk experience but I'm eager to learn it.
Why am I interested in Smalltalk?
I've already searched the Internet and found some code written in smalltalk. I find it an interesting and easy language to learn and develop in.
Another reason is that I want to learn something new and also contribute to open source projects.
Will I stay with Smalltalk after the project is finished?
I don't find any reason not to stay with smalltalk. Of cource, I feel interested in smalltalk now and this interest will increase after completing my project ;-)