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  • The M Programming Language – Part 3 – Primer to MGrammar

    Before on “The M Programming Language Tales”: The M Programming Language – Part 0 – Intellipad, MrEPL, VS2008 project support and Excel integration The M Programming Language – Part 1 – Structural Typing The M Programming Language – Part 2 – Collections and Extents Today, we continue our journey through...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 29/03/2009
  • The M Programming Language – Part 2 – Collections and Extents

    Last time in this series, we looked at M’s structural type system , pointing out the differences compared to nominal type systems and why structural typing has its benefits when dealing with data. Obviously there’s more to data than types: we need containers to store that data in. That’s what collections...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 18/02/2009
  • The M Programming Language – Part 1 – Structural Typing

    Welcome to the first real post in my new series on the M Programming Language. Last time, we bootstrapped ourselves by looking at the tool spectrum available in the Oslo SDK. If you haven’t read through it yet: The M Programming Language – Part 0 – Intellipad, MrEPL, VS2008 project support and Excel...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 16/02/2009
  • The M Programming Language – Part 0 – Intellipad, MrEPL, VS2008 project support and Excel integration

    Introduction As promised in my previous introductory post on “Oslo” and “M” , I’ll be running a new language-focused blog series, this time about the modeling language “M”. In this first installment, our goal is to become intimately familiar with the “M” programming environment, so we can start to study...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 14/02/2009
  • Getting Started with Oslo – Introducing “M”

    Introduction Last year at the PDC , we announced the modeling platform “ Oslo ”. It’s one of those technologies I’m extremely thrilled about, for various reasons. The mission to reduce the impedence mismatch between humans and computers is a huge one and great progress has been made in the past by making...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 13/02/2009
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