From DSLs and Models to “Quadrant” using “Oslo” May CTP – Part III

This is the 3rd and final part of our look at the “Oslo” May CTP.  In Part I, we created a simple domain model for a fictional company’s employee information. In Part II, we used the M language support to created a domain specific language (DSL) model that took a simple text input and generated…

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From DSLs and Models to “Quadrant” using “Oslo” May CTP – Part I

The “Oslo” May CTP has just been released.  You can download the latest release of Oslo from the Oslo Dev Center on MSDN.  I have been using this new version and want to give a little tour of the new bits.  This will be the first of three posts that take you through creating a…

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A BizTalk DSL using “Oslo”

It’s been a while since my last post.  I recently started playing with the latest “Oslo” CTP release and wanted to share with you what I have built so far.  One of the cool features of the “Oslo” SDK is the ability to write new Domain Specific Languages (DSL) with MGrammar.  I had worked in…

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Oslo, Dublin and PDC

PDC is rapidly approaching and there is a lot of exciting technology that is being created by CSD which will be unveiled at the conference.  Steve Martin posted a blog entry last week about Dublin, a technology that makes it easier to deploy, manage and scale WF/WCF based applications.  Dublin should be of great interest…

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