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Building a Progressive Fluent Interface
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 25 Jun 09

In this episode we take a look at how to build a progressive fluent interface

A Progressive Fluent Interface is a DSL in which the options can and will change as you progress through the syntax. This is a useful form of a fluent interface if the want to be able to skillfully guide the user...

Software Factories
Category: Architecture > IT Architect      Posted: 20 Jun 09

Bare-Naked Languages or What Not to Model
Domain-specific languages (DSLs) are useful as stand-alone languages, but not everyone knows when or...

Getting Started with StructureMap -- Simple Setup Scenarios (v2.5)
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 05 Apr 09

In this episode we take a look at how to setup and configure StructureMap for dependency injection.

We will review how to configure your dependencies 2 different ways. First we will review how to use StructureMaps configuration Files and then we will review how to use the built in DSL synt...

Advanced DSLs in Ruby - Neal Ford
Category: Languages > Ruby      Posted: 08 Feb 09

Building Domain Specific Languages in Ruby shows the power and flexibility of the language. This talk covers some advanced DSL techniques in Ruby, inc...

Better Ruby Through Functional Programming - Dean Wampler
Category: Languages > Ruby      Posted: 08 Feb 09

Functional Programming (FP) has become interesting lately as the most robust way to write highly-concurrent applications. However, applying functional...

DSLs with C# 3.5
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 06 Feb 09

LINQ is an internal DSL provided by C# for accessing streams of data. We can leverage the same feature set added to the language to make LINQ to author our own internal DSLs. In this session Ian introduces you to the ideas behind Internal DSLs and shows how C# 3.5 helps you to write them.


Business Natural Languages Development in Ruby
Category: Languages > Ruby      Posted: 07 Jun 08

Jay Fields presents his concept of Business Natural Languages (BNL). BNLs are a type of Domain Specific Language, designed to be readable by any subjec...

Intentional Software - Democratizing Software Creation
Category: Others > Discussion      Posted: 05 Jun 08

Business users doing programming? Charles Simonyi and Henk Kolk presents how Intentional Software offers a radical new software approach that separates...

Jim Weirich Discusses Rake, the Ruby Make Tool
Category: Languages > Ruby      Posted: 05 Jun 08

Jim Weirich, is the Chief Scientist for EdgeCase LLC and thecreator of rake, the popular make-like build tool written in Ruby. In this interview with I...

How To Design A Domain Specific Language
Category: Languages > Ruby      Posted: 28 Mar 08

David Pollak has been developing commercial software for 28 years. He founded Athena Design and wrote Mesa, the first real-time spreadsheet. David wrot...

Ruby and the Art of Domain Specific Languages
Category: Web Development > Ruby On Rails      Posted: 21 Mar 08

Rich Kilmer explains Domain Specific Languages and how they help working with domain experts. The presentation includes an overview of styles of extern...

Introduction to Domain Specific Languages
Category: Languages > Java      Posted: 26 Oct 07

Domain Specific Languages (DSLs) are limited forms of computer language designed for a specific class of problems. In this JAOO conference talk, Martin...