Cesar de la Torre

Principal Program Manager at the Azure team.

Using “MUrl” – A textual Oslo DSL for RESTful Clients

“MUrl” is a textual DSL and runtime for interacting with REST/HTTP services. It is actually just a great Oslo-DSL sample, as you can download it (all its source code) from MSDN.com: http://download.microsoft.com/download/4/0/B/40B632EC-F201-43EE-8E29-C398A9DA8468/MUrlSample.msi As long as I know, “MUrl” has been mainly developed ...

Creating a simple Textual DSL with Oslo, “M” Language, MGrammar and Intellipad

I wrote a post about Oslo and “M” Language and how you can use it to model data. But in that case, we were not using our own custom Textual DSL, we were using just “M” Language. You can see that post here: Starting using OSLO, “M” Language, Oslo Repository and Intellipad http://blogs.msdn.com/cesardelatorre/archive/2009/04/20/...
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Starting using OSLO, “M” Language, Oslo Repository and Intellipad

Microsoft “OSLO” is Microsoft’s next generation of Modeling Platform, Tools and DSLs. OSLO is basically composed by: - “M” Language (For Data Modeling and Textual DSLs ) - QUADRANT (Visual Tool for Visual Modeling) - Oslo Repository (Based on SQL Server. IT is the Oslo’s data store, for meta-data and data itself) You can ...

Azure Metro Training in Madrid (16th April 2009) Material

Last week, we delivered a nice Azure training (One condensed full day about AZURE platform). Sorry, but everything is in Spanish (Agenda & Presentations), as we delivered it in Spanish. So, down below you can read the agenda and the Presentations are posted in my SKYDRIVE, as well: SKYDRIVE location (Presentations): http://cid-...

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