Written by the leading experts in the worldwide Squeak community, this book assembles a compelling vision of what programming can be.Squeak: Open Personal Computing and Multimediais the only book on Squeak that addresses the advanced features for the student, researcher, multimedia developer, open source developer, hobbyist, and the professional. Developed for Smalltalk, it is for anyone that wants a powerful, cross-platform, and open alternative to the traditional multimedia and exploratory languages. FEATURES AND BENEFITS CD-ROM included: Contains the complete Squeak environment, which consists of the version 2.9 virtual image and complete sources, and the virtual machine ports for a wide range of processors and operating systems. Also, numerous tutorials and Squeak applications. Foreword by Alan Kay, Vice President of Research for Walt Disney Imagineering and the vision behind Squeak. THEauthoritative guide, to the use of Squeak as a multimedia tool: Provides details on 3-D computer graphics, advanced UI, streaming audio, computer music, and other multimedia topics. Shows how Squeak supports the open source developer, from building and extending cross-platform software, to eXtreme Programming (XP). Illustrates how to use Squeak to create and extend virtual machines for multimedia or embedded systems, such as cable set-top boxes and video game consoles.Guzdial, Mark J. is the author of 'Squeak Open Personal Computing and Multimedia', published 2001 under ISBN 9780130280916 and ISBN 0130280917.