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Domain Specific Language (DSL) for Enterprise Applications

When 2008-07-08 | 11:30:00  
Event Title Domain Specific Language (DSL) for Enterprise Applications
Presenter Art Sanderson
Where OCLC's Kilgour Building Private Dinning Room
Event description:


An architecture walkthrough of an extensible, model based DSL built on top of Eclipse projects – EMF, GMF, WST, and JDT.

  • Eclipse is infrastructure which makes the model DSL possible through OSGI and specialized tooling
  • DSL Core is the DSL for RIA and WS along with the core persistence and indexing engines
  • DSL Services is responsible for management and extensibility of all DSL artifacts
  • DSL Editing is responsible for the display and editing management of all model artifacts
  • DSL Adaptation is the core of how external models and artifacts are interacted with by the DSL
  • DSL 2 Implementation is responsible for the defining of DSL to code mappings and the generation of code artifacts
  • Demo of Skyway Software’s DSL to illustrate the implementation of the above architecture


Art Sanderson is part of Skyway Software’s global team of enablement professionals and is responsible for ensuring customers and partners gain maximum value from using Skyway Visual Perspectives.  Art’s focus is also on educating customers and partners about collaborative software delivery and model-driven application development and deployment.  Prior to joining Skyway Software, he spent 10 years at a large professional services firm as a top technical architect, managing their practices in Oracle and Java while also leading a large variety of implementations during the full software delivery lifecycle at numerous client engagements.  Art earned a BS in Computer Information Systems from the Missouri State University.

Venue OCLC's Kilgour Building Private Dinning Room
Street address 6565 Kilgour Place Dublin OH 43017-3395

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