Introduction to Domain-Specific Languages (DSL tutorial slides)

Javier Cánovas, a postdoctoral fellow in AtlanMod, recently gave on tutorial on DSLs (Domain-specific Languages). I think the set of slides he prepared are really good and could be interesting for many of the readers of the portal. So, if you want to know what a DSL is, how to build them, … take a look at the slides embedded below (of course, if after checking the slides you still want to learn more, I’d like to recommend my own book: Model-driven software engineering in practice or Markus’ one: DSL engineering .

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