Writing a book


I see that Steve has let the cat of the bag – we (that is Steve, Alan, Gareth and myself) are writing a book on DSL Tools.


Let us know if there are particular topics you’d like to see covered.


We’ll try and blog about some of the content as we write it. 


 

Comments (5)

  1. Great news! I would like to see and Appendix or something like that explaining how one could use VSIP and/or other VS.NET extensibility stuff to empower DSL Tools applications.

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    — AFurtado

  2. Yes – we hope to get a bit of that in, on code customizing a designer.

  3. DamonCarr says:

    Stuart,

    I have been in contact with Jack Greenfield about the book I am also writing which is heavily based on the DSL tools (and the GAT) and the intersection of Agile Practices (it also covers a competitors offering). I would love to brain-storm with you about this. Jack has my contact info if you are interested.

    Kind Regards,

    Damon Carr

  4. Best practices in defining DSL’s seems like the next big issue. Not only is defining DSL’s a new thing for all-but-a-few of us, the definition also needs to bear in mind the scenario (or: the DSL application domain) and the fact that the DSL very likely will need to evolve over time. How do you make sure you’re off to a good start? Some interesting work on this topic I found on: http://www.evgenyrahman.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl

  5. Last week I went back to the V1 of the Dsl Tools , and re-did the tutorials. Much simpler than the beta

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