Want to know what the plan is for this month’s alt.net meeting? We’re going to have Justin King (@JustinKing) give us a run through of Oslo.
Here’s the abstract for you:
”Oslo” is the codename for Microsoft’s forthcoming modelling platform. Modelling is used across a wide range of domains and allows more people to participate in application design and allows developers to write applications at a much higher level of abstraction. i.e Model Driven Development
“Oslo” consists of:
* A tool that helps people define and interact with models in a rich and visual manner
* A language that helps people create and use textual domain-specific languages and data models
* A relational repository that makes models available to both tools and platform components
Justin King will show the different parts of Oslo including the modelling language M, Repository and the tools to build an application and textural DSL's.
Given that a critical element of DDD is building a model (or multiple models) of the domain and keeping it current, tools like Oslo may be quite useful. I think this will be quite an interesting session, so register your intent to attend via the poll on the site and we’ll see you there.
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