📂 Series about Self Series of four articles describing programming language and environment of the Self lang. All four episodes were originally published in the Czech language: 📂Seriál o Selfu. Episodes 📄 Environment and the programming language Self (part one; environment) (@2019-05-19) I bring you a message about a language that has been at the birth of many others, but almost no one knows it. A rumor of a graphical environment offering options like no other, but almost no one using it. I also bring information about a virtual machine supporting reflection almost to infinity, reaching almost half of the operating power of C in numerical calculations in its time, yet today forgotten. 📂 Environment and the programming language Self (part two; language) (last update @2019-06-17, 1 subpage) In this episode, we'll look into the language itself and also into more interesting parts of the standard library. 📄 Environment and the programming language Self (part three; debugger, transporter and problems) (@2019-07-04) This episode is mostly about things that did not fit into other episodes. We'll have a more detailed look at the debugger, the transporter and some disadvantages of Self as a language, the environment but also of the principles of using prototype programming. 📄 Environment and the programming language Self (part four; community, history, future and metaphysics) (@2019-08-23) This episode is about the community around the Self language, its history, future and also possible consequences brought by Self. Whole series is also available as an epub: Related articles 📄 Self mail conference in .mbox (@2016-06-09) Informations about how (and where) to get a archive file from the Self mail conference. 📄 Lessons learnt from the Self archive (@2016-06-15) I’ve spent 26 days reading 26 years of messages from the Self mail conference archive. Here is what I’ve learned. 📄 Improvement proposals (@2016-06-18) I would like to spur discussion about structure of the project and also about the community, its organization and knowledge bases. I believe that this discussion is really important for the future of Self development.