Writing a book

Writing a book

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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. 

 

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