If you’ve been keeping up with my blog, you know I have a 'big-time’ interest in a little technology from Microsoft called Oslo. To make a long story short, the fundamentals of the way we develop systems has changed very little since I entered the industry in the early 90’s. Oslo, or probably the concepts behind Oslo could fundamentally change things.
As I go through the learning phase, I’m going to capture the experience in my blog. As articles and how-to’s get added, I’ll update this page. If you are interested in Oslo, you might want to book mark the permalink for this post.
Oslo – State Machine Editor in Silverlight – In this post we build a mechanism using Silverlight to capture the user input and provide feedback.
Oslo – MGraph2POCO – Open source library to deserialize MGraph to POCO.
Oslo – Modeling a State Machine – Third in a series of posts. This goes through the exercise of building a grammar to parse state machines.
Oslo in the next Generation Architectures – Second in a series of posts that will attempt to layout how Oslo could be used in building non-trivial business applications.
Oslo, what is Oslo? No, Not the city in Norway - First in a series of posts that will attempt to layout how Oslo could be used in building non-trivial business applications.
Parsing MGraph – a how to on using MGraph
Embedding MGrammar Files within your project – How to use MGrammar and Oslo in your .NET project.