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Introduction to Domain Specific Languages

Language : English Quality : Average Has Audio : true Source : InfoQ Media : Flash
Domain Specific Languages (DSLs) are limited forms of computer language designed for a specific class of problems. In this JAOO conference talk, Martin Fowler introduces a simple example of DSL, bringing out the difference between external and internal DSLs, and talking through the trade-offs in using both forms. The talk is based on Martin's language workbench article on martinfowler.com     [SUGGEST  A  ARTICLE]

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Created : 2006-10-31   Duration : 25:34