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Todd Flanders: Scala DSL

Domain Specific Languages (DSLs) are small languages, focused on a particular aspect of a software system. You can't build a whole program with a DSL, but you often use multiple DSLs in a system mainly written in a general purpose language.


What if creating a new programming language was easy?


What if creating programming languages was a skill every computer science student learned in their freshman year?


What if you could write your code in a programming language that was custom built on business language?


What if you could show your code to business domain experts and ask them to review it?


Join us to learn how easy it is to create DSLs in Scala. We will create a DSL that allows you to add native JSON to any Scala application. No previous knowledge of Scala is required.

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