Speaking at the DSL Developers Conference 2009

dsldevconIt’s my pleasure to announce that I’ll be speaking at at DSL Developers Conference, in April 16-17, 2009, at the Microsoft Campus in Redmond.

Summary

What 2 days of practical, applied DSL sessions from industry experts and practitioners
When April 16th, 2pm-6pm (registration at 1pm), April 17th, 9am-6pm
Where Microsoft Research Building 99, Room 1919
14820 NE 36th Street
Redmond, WA 98052
USA

The topics are very interesting and the list of speakers is impressive:

When What Who
Thursday, April 16th
12:00pm Registration
12:45pm Welcome Chris Sells
1:00pm Keynote Martin Fowler
2:00pm M DSLs: Deep Dive Paul Vick
3:00pm Domain Specific Languages for automated testing of equity order management systems and trading machines Tom Rodgers
4:00pm DSLs in the Horn Package Manager Paul Cowan
5:00pm How to implement DSLs with Groovy Guillaume Laforge
6:00pm Reception (food and beverages)
6:45pm DSL Panel All speakers
Friday, April 17th
7:30am Breakfast
9:00am Textual DSLs and Code Generation with Eclipse Tools Markus Voelter
10:00am JavaScript DSLs for the Client Side Dionysios G. Synodinos
11:00am Functional vs. Dynamic DSLs: The Smackdown Ted Neward, Bradford Cross
11:45am Lunch
1:00pm Embedding DSLs in Newspeak: EBNF, Hopscotch and NewShell Gilad Bracha
2:00pm RUMBA: RUby Managed Business data for Applications Umit Yalcinalp, Tilman Giese
3:00pm A DSL for Cool Effects in Adobe Pixel Bender Bob Archer, Chuck Rose
4:00pm Language Oriented Programming in F# Chance Coble
5:00pm TBD TBD
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