this is my first post asking for help. I started to learn prolog two weeks ago. On of the things I did was discovering this discourse community. While reading through the posts there were people telling about things you should read as a beginner to get to know prolog. Sadly I did not make notes immediately and now I have trouble finding those spots again.
So I want to ask if there is a collection of papers and tutorials that bring a seasoned programmer up to speed. Any hints are appreciated.
While I‘m on it I like to introduce myself to the community. If I would to have to put a label on me about programming it would be smalltalk. I‘m a long time into OOP and think I finally got it somehow. I‘m a maintainer of the http://pharo.org programming language. So I know about problems when you use an old language that has several dialects already.
I also want to improve my skills and I had the gut feeling prolog is the thing that would do a good deal. I cannot say much yet because to be honest I don‘t understand most things you are talking about. But this gut feeling also tells me that I (yet again) was able to find a little gem in the universe of internet and programming.
I‘m curious how far I get with prolog. My ultimate goal would be to embed swi prolog into the pharo programming environment. After all those years I understood that source code and text are different things. So I‘m a bit reluctant to use a text editor in order to create software. But it is also a very high goal which I might not be able meet. So first things first I should try learning the basic stuff.
All information and pointer is welcome