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The First Year of Strumenta

I co-founded Strumenta on the 4th of December 2017. Before that I have been working as an independent consultant specialized in Language Engineering for a few years. So it is natural to stop and look at the way we ran across this year and where we want to go next year and the years to […]

Developing Business Applications using Jetbrains MPS: interview to Daniel Stieger

Developing Business Applications using Jetbrains MPS: interview to Daniel Stieger

Why this interview? This time I sat down with Daniel Stieger, who is the co-founder of a well known consulting company in the Language Engineering field. We met at at Jetbrains MPS meeting in Munich last year and our companies (ours Strumenta and his Modellwerkstatt) offer similar services. So for us it was a great opportunity […]

Developing Plugins for Jetbrains Products: an Interview to Joachim Ansorg

Developing Plugins for Jetbrains Products: an Interview to Joachim Ansorg

If you read this blog regularly you will know that I really believe in the power of tools to support people in their work. I even called my consulting company Strumenta, which means “tools” in Latin. I am also a big supporter of Jetbrains: I think they make great products that really improve the life […]

Convert PL/SQL Code to Java

Convert PL/SQL code to Java

I have a lot of conversations with persons interested in language engineering. Many of them are with readers of our newsletter, others are with clients of my consulting business. In the last few weeks, several of these conversations were about converting PL/SQL code to Java. I am interested in this topic because I believe that […]

Bromium DSL: a DSL to test UI actions

Bromium DSL: a DSL to Test UI Actions

  I recently heard about Bromium, a Domain Specific Language (DSL) to describe user actions on a UI. Given I love everything regarding DSLs I contacted his author, Hristo Vrigazov, and chatted with him about: the DSL he has built, building editors using Xtext, working on an open-source project his visions on language engineering Enjoy! […]

Designing a DSL for accounting

Designing a DSL for accounting: use a DSL to describe taxes, pension contributions, and general financial calculations

Let’s see how we can design a DSL. Many readers appreciated the tutorials we wrote on implementing Domain Specific Languages but kept asking us resources on the designing of these languages. On this blog we have discussed already how to write parsers, interpreters, and compilers but we did not write much on what comes before, […]

Telosys: a Code Generation Tool

Telosys: a Code Generation Tool by Laurent Guerin

  In this article we are going to examine Telosys, a code generation tool. We will do that by discussing with its author, Laurent Guerin. This will give us the possibility to learn also about his views on code generation and what its users have accomplished by using Telosys. Why are code generation tools relevant? […]

So Much Data, So Many Formats

So Much Data, So Many Formats: a Conversion Service

Data is a core resource for many activities. One important challenge for handling data is storing the data in the right way. We need to choose a format that makes easy solving the problem at hand. When multiple problems are being solved using the same data, that could mean that the same data has to […]

Three Rules that Helped Me Becoming a Better Professional

Three Rules that Helped Me Becoming a Better Professional

Normally in this blog I write about technical stuff: mostly tutorials and ideas on software design. Sometimes however I share what is going on with my professional life: I wrote about what I learned working at TripAdvisor, and about my first year as an independent consultant, before I co-founded Strumenta. Over the years I had […]

Blazor: .NET in the Browser

Blazor: .NET in the Browser

In this article and tutorial we are going to use Blazor to bring C# in the browser. We are going to talk about what you can do and the things you have to think about when creating a Blazor app. WebAssembly is a great platform that promises to revolutionize development on the browser. Thanks to […]

Course: Using ANTLR Like A Professional

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A complete video course on parsing and ANTLR, that will teach you how to build parser for everything from programming languages to data formats.
Taught from professionals that build parsers for a living.

Strumenta – Consulting

If you need help designing and developing DSLs, languages, parsers, compilers, interpreters, and editors you can check the services page of the Consulting studio we founded: Strumenta.Strumenta Logo

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