Thursday, September 23, 2010

DSL, a book for the coming winter

On Amazon

and on Safari

I keep telling myself that if you master the implementation of DSL you can quickly become the king on any IT project. There is simply too much mismatch between the domain description and the actual coding of the solution. Too much boilerplate and fluff that makes it hard for the Business to review the code, and to code the solution too.

Here an  interesting interview with M. Fowler on DSLs:

from which we learn the Sturgeon's Law :
"Nothing is always absolutely so"
"Ninety percent of everything is crud."

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