Domain Specific Language

Less is MORE

Just fin­ished watch­ing an inter­est­ing sem­i­nar video by the guys from Object Men­tor (a con­sul­tant com­pa­ny found­ed by Robert C Mar­tin, the father of agile devel­op­ment) at: The video is about an hour long and cov­ered a large num­ber of top­ics around using dif­fer­ent lan­guages (poly­glot) and dif­fer­ent pro­gram­ming par­a­digms (poly-par­a­digm) to sim­pli­fy and …

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Buzzword Buster — DSL

Def­i­n­i­tion: A Domain Specif­ic Lan­guage (DSL) is a pro­gram­ming lan­guage that’s ded­i­cat­ed to a par­tic­u­lar prob­lem domain. DSLs are often used to sup­port domain-dri­ve design and mod­el­ling. It’s the oppo­site of gen­er­al pur­pose pro­gram­ming lan­guages such as C# or Java. Advan­tages: Code looks like domain prose. Eas­i­er to under­stand by every­one. Eas­i­er to align with …

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