And some of Martin Fowler’s book on DSLs is online.
Next installment of the must-read series on FogCreek’s Wasabi.
Fascinating to see the problems they’ve come up against and the solutions. What Stefan calls “picture functions” sound close to GeekWeaver “blocks”.
Very interesting … seems that FogCreek’s Wasabi is a language to compile into the various parts of a web-app in ASP or PHP.
So kind of a competitor to GeekWeaver. 🙂 Better take notes.
I wonder if it’s gonna be released to the public.
And your programmers are like, jeez louise, GMail is huge, we can’t port GMail to this stupid NewSDK. We’d have to change every line of code. Heck it’d be a complete rewrite; the whole programming model is upside down and recursive and the portable programming language has more parentheses than even Google can buy. The last line of almost every function consists of a string of 3,296 right parentheses. You have to buy a special editor to count them.
It’s the zeitgeist I tell ya’