Language-oriented or Metadata-driven?

Sergey Dmitriev has a great article on what he, and others, have called Language Oriented Programming.  Go read it, it’s a great piece.  As we’re heavily engaged in building Domain Specific Language tools at present we’re obviously swimming in the same sea.  However, I’m keen to look at LOP and DSLs as only one aspect of…

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Roku running

I’ve got my Roku M1000 up and running and so far I’m extremely pleased with it.  The setup process was very painless (even putting in a WEP key with a remote control wasn’t too bad) and refreshingly the UPnP side of things “just worked” once I’d got the wireless happening.  I managed to pick up…

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Using our newsgroup with an nntp client

We’ve set up a newsgroup for discussion of our DSL Tools – microsoft.private.whidbey.teamsystem.workshop.dsltools.   You can read this on the web, but if you want to read it using an NNTP client, you’ll need to connect to our private news server.  Buck Hodges has the instructions you need.

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Get hold of the bits…

You can find my team’s MSDN site here and download the first technical preview of our toolset here.  In this download, you’ll find the object model editor (or metamodel editor, or domain model editor, or Corona prefixed to any of the preceding – we’re not what you’d call settled on naming just now).  This tool is…

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