What are some practical uses for Domain Specific Languages (DSL)? And how do you go about designing DSLs, implementing them in Groovy, creating tests for your models and evolving the structure of the languages over time?
In this fast paced session, Peter Bell will examine a real world Groovy DSL, how it was designed and implemented, the testing strategies employed and the options for evolving the structure (grammar) of the DSL.
If you've built DSLs but want to go further, or if you've still not figured out how a DSL might help you to build better, more maintainable apps more quickly and easily, come along and learn more about creating practical, maintainable DSLs for your projects.
Just a thought . . . If you are interested in this talk you might also be interested in Core Gradle: Gradle, a Build System for Java Workshop and Graeme Rocher's Groovy and Grails Workshop
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