Ruby SIG Meeting tonight at Google: “How to design a Domain Specific Language (DSL)” by David Pollak
October 5th, 2006 · No Comments
See the talk details on the SIG site:
How to design a Domain Specific Language (DSL)” by David Pollak
“Domain Specific Languages allow a domain expert to describe computational behavior using high level semantics and simple syntax. Designing a DSL requires learning the “words” used in the domain, choosing appropriate expressive tools, and “crawling into the head” of domain experts. David will describe a framework for developing DSLs such that they achieve the goals of being expressive, maintainable, and powerful.”
I look forward to hear him: DSLs are a hot topic on many platforms and Ruby seems to me like an ideal platform to build them.
If you’re in the Bay Area, this happens tonight at the Google campus.
See you all there.