Stories Tagged with 'Oslo'


Should You Be Looking for Trends in Microsoft Stories?

Developers

This last week or two has seen a number of interesting stories come out of Microsoft (some official, some not official), especially as it relates to developers and writing code. While I am sure that the announcements are not meant to indicate a trend, taken in conjuction they are confusing or disheartening to developers.

The Busy Developer's Guide to SQL Server Modeling

Url: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/ff472347.aspx

SQL Server Modeling

Second Week of European Conference Tour

SDC

Hear me on Deep Fried Bytes talk about Oslo!

Url: http://deepfriedbytes.com/podcast/episode-33-ge...

Deep Fried Bytes

Listen to me on Deep Fried Bytes!

Url: http://deepfriedbytes.com/podcast/episode-33-ge...

Deep Fried Bytes

My Oslo DSL Article Part 1 is Updated for May 2009 CTP

Url: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd44170...

Oslo

May Oslo SDK Available - Now with Quadrant

Url: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx...

Oslo

M Language Changes Coming in Next CTP

Oslo

If you haven't been following the new Specification for the M Language that the Oslo team has been cooking up, they have been making changes in response to feedback about the language.  These changes will come to light in the next CTP.  These changes are;

DevTeach is Around the Corner

Url: http://www.devteach.com/

DevTeach

SQL Saturday Atlanta - Code and Slides

Url: http://wildermuth.com/Talks#SQL_Saturday___Atla...

I had a great time at the SQL Saturday in Atlanta today. I did two talks:  Using MSchema and ADO.NET Data Services for DBAs. If you were there, thanks for attending. If you wanted to grab the code and slides, follow the link above!

Part 3 of My DSL for Developers Article is Live!

Url: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd78940...

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Why Oslo Matters To Me

Oslo

I've been bloging some about my experience using and playing with different parts of the Oslo stack on projects and articles. I've gotten a couple of reactions as to why it matters.  I have covered some of it in my article series that focuses on DSLs and developers here:

How Relationships are Modeled in "MSchema"

Url: http://wilderminds.blob.core.windows.net/downloads/MappingRelation...

Oslo

My Appearances in the 2nd Quarter

Url: http://wildermuth.com/talks

Teaching

Textual DSLs for Developers Part 2 is Live!

Url: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd54800...

MGrammar

Building AgiliTrain: Part 3 - Data Validation

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In Part 1 and Part 2 of this series, I talked about why I used MVC to create my new venture and how I implemented MVC.  In this third part, I will talk about data entry and validation.

Part 1 of My MGrammar-DSL Article is up!

Url: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd44170...

Oslo

Building AgiliTrain: Part 2 - MVC in Action

In Part 1 of this series, I talked about why I used MVC to create my new venture.  In this second part, I will talk about how I implemented MVC.

When I decided to implement MVC, I was very new to it so there is some code in the site that reflects that.  The later code and the code I've gotten around to refactoring is much cleaner, but working code is working code.

New Oslo CTP is Live!

Url: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx...

The CSD folks have released a new CTP of the Oslo toolset. This release contains the same set of tools as the October 2008 CTP (nope, no Quadrant yet) but hopefully some of those pesky MSchema and Intellipad bugs will be gone.  I'll let you know when I get deeper into the bits.  Go grab it here:

Building AgiliTrain: Part 1 - Why ASP.NET MVC

Url: https://AgiliTrain.com

I've spent the better part of six weeks building the new AgiliTrain website and its been quite a lot of fun. Of course if you have been reading this blog for long you know that I usually take a personal project like this as an opportunity to learning something new.  In this case I did three things I haven't done on a personal project before:

Announcing AgiliTrain!

Url: https://agilitrain.com

I am very happy to announce that we have finally migrated our training business to a new web venture called "AgiliTrain". 

What is all the fuss about how you can write DSLs in Lisp?

Url: http://www.sellsbrothers.com/news/showTopic.asp...

Chris Sells and Craig Andera are trading blogs about what is and isn't a DSL.  Craig has issue with the following from Chris' blog:

MSchema: An Example - Part 3

Url: http://wilderminds.blob.core.windows.net/downloads/StudentSchema.zip

In Part 1 of this series I showed you how to create database schema with MSchema. Then in Part 2 I showed you how to use MGraph to create data to store the in the database along side database schema. In this last part, I will show you how to use the M tools to put the schema and data in the database.  I use these tools to build my database during a build script.

MSchema: An Example - Part 2

Url: http://wilderminds.blob.core.windows.net/downloads/StudentSchema.zip

If you have read Part 1 of this series, you have seen how to create types, collections and constraints using MSchema. Along with most database schemas, I find the need to create some amount of data to go along with those schemas. For my current project (our new web site), I wanted to have some small set of data that included some basic workshops and locations.

MSchema: An Example - Part 1

Url: http://wilderminds.blob.core.windows.net/downloads/StudentSchema.zip

As most of you know, I run a small training company. We are in the midst of a re-write of our main website to allow for more cohesive registration and information about our classes. For this project, I am completely re-creating my database schema (as the old one was a bit 'off the cuff'). What a great opportunity to try out MSchema to build the new schema.

Shawn
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