After working with Domain Specific Languages (DSL) implemented in Groovy and Java, I did the same on the .NET platform. If you are wondering how to create DSLs using .NET, the tutorial Implementing a Domain Specific Language on .NET might be interesting for you.
Recently SpringSource published a case study of a project which I supported as system architect and lead developer from concept to production. The case study shows how organisations can greatly increase efficiency by the use of modern technology approaches such as Groovy, SOA and Domain Specific Languages (DSL). You can read the case study here.
. . . → Read More: Increase Efficiency using Groovy, DSL and SOA
I dropped some of my recent articles about SOA, BPM and DSL on the server.
You can read them here: Domänenspezifisches Sprachen mit Groovy SOA Transformation (Teil 1) SOA Transformation (Teil 2) Open Source SOA
In the current issue of Javamagazin you’ll find my latest article about how to create Domain Specific Languages with Groovy. Unfortunately the article is not yet published online, so that you have to get the printed magazine to read it.