I am very happy to announce our next Virtual Meetup, this Thursday, the 29th of October.
This week Mikhail Barash (@mbarash) will present us his ideas for an example-driven approach to building DSLs. He is working on a solution to make Language Engineering more approachable, by providing web-based tools which permit input examples and annotate them with metadata regarding the different aspects which compose a language.
Mikhail Barash is currently a Researcher at the University of Bergen. He has been working for years on new approaches for teaching Language Engineering and DSLs in particular.
How to connect
After the summer we moved the meetup one hour earlier! From now on we will host them at this time.
If this is your first meetup you will find all the instructions to connect here:
(Long story short: click here https://zoom.us/j/278156178)
It is hosted on Zoom at 6PM GMT+2/CEST (you can use this link to figure out which time is in your timezone: https://www.thetimezoneconverter.com/?t=6%3A00%20PM&tz=Roma&).