December, 2005

  • Steve Cook's WebLog

    Modelling in the run time

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    Don Box says "In my mind, the only way this stuff will get traction is if we change the runtimes to work in terms of higher-order expressions. Otherwise we're stuck in the 1980's CASE world where box-and-arrows and code were like matter and anti-matter...
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    More on throwing models away

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    Juha-Pekka has responded to Grady. I note that Grady is also quoted in the full panel transcript as saying "I actually don't throw away all my models; I keep the good ones, the ones that represent the significant (costly to change) design decisions."...
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    Case studies for domain-specific modelling

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    Grady Booch says he was misquoted by Juha-Pekka Tolvanen , and spun by Harry and me , about throwing UML models away. He says you should keep some of them. He doesn't say which ones, though. Grady asks for some references for domain-specific modelling...
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    DSL Tools in India

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    George Mathew, from our team, will be attending the VS Launch events in Mumbai on the 13 th , Pune on the 14 th and Chennai on the 15 th of this month. If you are at any of these events, please look him up.
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    Another blogger on the team!

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    George is now blogging with a post about a forthcoming feature in our template processor.
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    ArcTalk

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    Hear Ron Jacobs interview me about modelling, DSLs and such on ArcTalk at http://channel9.msdn.com/shows/ArcTalk
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    New DSL Tools available now

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    You can get the latest version of DSL Tools from http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/teamsystem/workshop/DSLTools/ . It works with the released version of VS2005, and contains new features for model validation and DSL deployment.
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