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Microsoft Oslo Talk for the First Time In India

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"Oslo" is the code name for a family of new technologies that enable data-driven model based development. At TechEd United States 2008 (June 2008), Chairman Bill Gates discussed in his keynote the ways in which modeling would transform the future of application development, and the role that “Oslo” plays in these efforts. He also disclosed that a community technology preview (CTP) will be released at the Professional Developers Conference in October 2008.


Modeling is used across a wide range of domains and allows more people to participate in application design and allows developers to write applications at a much higher level of abstraction. “Oslo” consists of:


  • A tool that helps people define and interact with models in a rich and visual manner
  • A language that helps people create and use textual domain-specific languages and data models
  • A relational repository that makes models available to both tools and platform components


Oslo” was first announced by Robert Wahbe (Corporate Vice President of the Connected Systems Division) in October 2007.


Stephen Forte, one of the five speakers authorized world-wide by Microsoft to talk about Oslo, will present a deep dive workshop on Oslo at GIDS.Workshops on Saturday, the 25th of April 2009. GIDS.Workshops is a co-located conference at Great Indian Developer Summit 2009 (http://www.developersummit.com/).


A level 200 workshop targeting Application Developers, Database Developers, and Architects, it will explore the nature of model driven development and then apply the concept of model driven development to Oslo. Stephen will showcase the three major components of Oslo: the new "M" language, the "Quadrant" data visualization tool, and the Oslo repository. An M tutorial will show you how to capture all aspects of an application schematized in the Oslo repository and use Oslo directly to drive the execution of deployed applications. In addition to learning how to use M to model an application, we will use M to build and interact with domain specific languages (DSLs). See how Oslo interacts with Visual Studio and .NET. We will finish up with a discussion on where Oslo is going and how and when you can adopt it.


Register for GIDS.Workshops now: http://www.developersummit.com/registration.html

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