Catching up some more on old items in the queue. The title in this Register article refers to a "forgotten language" being used in "nonstop gadgets". Maybe we should refer to Lisp and Smalltalk as "nonstop" languages.
How does it achieve this magic? OOVM's technology comes in two parts, a VM and a development environment, and it uses Smalltalk, rather than modern-day kludges such as Java, which resembles a modern object-orientated environment in the way that a pub ashtray resembles a cigar store.
He has 18 years experience developing virtual machines. Any useful bit of advice stand out, we wondered?
"You have to make them simpler," he told us.