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  • Blog Post: Update on SQL Server Modeling CTP (Repository/Modeling Services, "Quadrant" and "M")

    In October 2007, Microsoft introduced “Oslo” as the codename for a set of technical investments to apply model-driven principles to building applications and services. Since that announcement, many of those investments have shipped in products such as the .NET Framework, Windows Server AppFabric...
  • Blog Post: Announcing the SQL Server Modeling (née “Oslo”) CTP for November 2009

    One certainty about product teams at Microsoft is that they never stop working to improve and refine their technologies. This is true even through organizational rearrangements and little things like, you know, finding a ship vehicle and landing a few real names for products! Now as you may have read...
  • Blog Post: SQL Script to Uninstall an "M" Image

    by Oz Evren, Software Design Engineer for Microsoft code name "Oslo" One feature that is commonly requested for the “M” command-line utility, mx.exe, is being able to uninstall images. This is very useful when you’re developing a set of models and want to make sure you’ve cleaned up prior installations...
  • Blog Post: (Transcript) Don Box and Chris Anderson Explain "Oslo" in 5 Minutes [actually 6 minutes and 32 seconds]

    This post is an edited transcript of the short video on http://channel9.msdn.com/posts/Dan/C9-Bytes-Don-and-Chris-explain-Oslo-in-5-minutes/ . Even though the video is from October 2008 and slightly dated, it contains some helpful insights about the motivations behind “Oslo” and some of the thinking...
  • Blog Post: Top Six Common MGrammar Integration Errors

    by David Matson, Test Engineer for Microsoft code name "Oslo" The examples in this article work with the May 2009 CTP. Summary Using the M languages and types features together can be tricky for the uninitiated. I've collected some of the most common issues together with the best current solutions...
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