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The State of the Art on .NET

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Josh Graham, ThoughtWorks, has over 19 years experience in the software industry and is the Chief Dispenser of Pleasantries at ThoughtWorks. Graham has spoken at and chaired conferences on SOA, enterprise architecture, agile software delivery, and technology innovation. Amanda Laucher is a software developer/architect focusing on Microsoft technologies. She is author of “F# in Action”.

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May 21, 2010

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  • Just learn EBNF

    by peter lin /

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    I watched the don box talk on infoq. My thought is, just learn EBNF and learn how to write DSL properly. The benefit of learning EBNF is it forces you learn to think in abstract syntax tree (AST), which helps you design good languages. Using visual tools often makes it easy to create a language, but if the person doesn't have a solid understanding of AST, the language turns out to be junk. It's better to learn EBNF first and then use visual tools for designing languages.

    my bias 2 cents.

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    Josh Graham is Chief Dispenser of Pleasantries at HashRocket.

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