Virtual Meetup: example-driven approach to DSLs

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&).

Here is the link to the paper: http://dsl-course.org/research/sle2020/

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And a video recording for the Software Language Engineering (SLE 2020) conference is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OArI7lJHXbw

Hi! Where can I find the recording of the meetup?

Hi @goto1134 , sorry but we do not record the meetups, see https://d.strumenta.community/t/on-recording-virtual-meetups for details

However in this case @mbarash registered the presentation he gave at SLE, which was on the same topic as this meetup

Maybe I missed something, but I saw a red circle in today’s meetup. So are there exceptions to this rule? Or do you always record it but without sharing?

I understand the three reasons in the article, and it’s ok for me.

mmm, I am pretty sure we were not recording so I do not know what that red circle was about. This meetup was not recorded and neither the previous ones. If there is a red circle somewhere confusing users we should solve this as it can be misinterpreted

I also could make a mistake :slight_smile:. So many meetings there.

Thank you for clearing that!

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