More on Roslyn in the “Rise of Roslyn” – November 2014 Issue, MSDN Magazine

For a few years now, various computer professionals, thought leaders and pundits have advocated the idea of domain-specific languages (DSLs) as a way of approaching solutions to software problems. This seems particularly appropriate if the DSL syntax is something “casual users” can use to adapt and modify the business rules in a system. This is the Holy Grail of software to many developers—building a system people can maintain on their own when the business needs change.

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