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    Tech-Ed 2007, Orlando

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    Just to let folks know that I'll be at Tech-Ed this year if you want to swing by and talk DSL Tools or Software Factories or VS Extensibility or Derby County's promotion hopes or similar vital subjects. You'll find me hanging out at the following sessions...
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    Closet Cloggies

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    Apparently, there's a very hush-hush organization forming over in the Netherlands. The Secret Dutch Software Factory Society - Jezz has the skinny . Cambridge is pretty flat too, so maybe we could be an honorary part of the club. I wonder what the password...
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    DSL Book Online

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    As Steve points out, our book has now gone to press - you should be able to have a copy in your eager little paws in a matter of weeks - yay. However, if you're terribly modern, you can now sign up at Safari to read it online . Or you could just pre-order...
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    Team Architect Blog powers ahead

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    Technorati Tags: vsts , dsl tools , team architect , powertoy , power tool , software visualization Suhail has a post over on the shiny new Team Architect blog describing the upcoming new Team Architect Power Tools release. At last - class libraries on...
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    Aaron on VSCT

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    Aaron Marten from the VS SDK team has a couple of posts on the new VSCT technology that replaces CTC files. DSL Tools in Visual Studio "Codename Orcas" takes advantage of this technology and if you've customized your CTC file, you'll need to do a little...
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    Next release of the DSL Editor PowerToy

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    While I'm linking to Jezz , I should mention that he has a groovy new release of the powertoy available . Here's a picture showing a multi-view powertoy editor hosted as the main editing surface of a DSL Designer. Sweet stuff - this is really, really...
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