Stories Tagged with 'Oslo'

Part 1 of My MGrammar-DSL Article is up!



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.

Don't Forget the MSDN Developers Conference in Atlanta


Coming December 16, 2008, i'll be at the Atlanta stop of the MSDN Developer Conference to see the PDC content. These events will give you an opportunity to see the Azure platform, Windows 7, Silverlight, F# and even Oslo

Using Classifications in MGrammar's Intellipad


UPDATE: Added a couple of screenshots to clarify what the coloring does.

The Forest Through the Trees


Just a couple of days ago I did the Atlanta stop of the MSDN Developer Conference where David Scruggs and I did a "Lap Around Oslo" talk that seemed to go very well. If you are lucky to have this conference coming to your town, its well worth the $99 investment. Great topics and great speakers (especially if you missed the content at the PDC).

MSchema: An Example - Part 1


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.

MSchema: An Example - Part 2


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 3


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.

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


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:

Application Name WilderBlog Environment Name Production
Application Ver Runtime Framework .NETCoreApp,Version=v1.1
App Path D:\home\site\wwwroot Runtime Version .NET Core 4.6.25211.01
Operating System Microsoft Windows 6.2.9200 Runtime Arch X86