Domain Specific Language

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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: http://www.infoq.com/presentations/polyglot-polyparadigm-programming 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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