Bare Naked Languages, or What Not to Model

The Architecture Journal - Issue 9 has an article by Jack Greenfield (Bare Naked Languages or What Not to Model) on how domain-specific languages (DSLs) factor into the software factories story.

Domain-specific language (DSL) technology was introduced at Microsoft as part of the software factories methodology. While DSLs are useful as stand-alone languages, placing them in the context of a software factory makes them more powerful and helps avoid some common pitfalls in applying the technology. This article explains how DSLs fit into the software factories methodology and how using the methodology can help DSL developers avoid some common pitfalls.

Source: The Architecture Journal - Issue 9: Bare Naked Languages or What Not to Model

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