Deep Fried Bytes: Getting the Scoop About Olso and M with Shawn Wildermuth

Deep Fried Bytes

Keith and Woody speak with the first repeat guest of the podcast, Shawn Wildermuth about Oslo and the M language. In this episode listeners will get some real world examples and use cases for using Oslo and M along with a clearer understanding about DSLs and what the future may hold.Thanks to ou...

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Keith and Woody speak with the first repeat guest of the podcast, Shawn Wildermuth about Oslo and the M language.  In this episode listeners will get some real world examples and use cases for using Oslo and M along with a clearer understanding about DSLs and what the future may hold.

Thanks to our guest this episode

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Shawn Wildermuth is a Microsoft MVP (C#), MCSD.NET and is the founder of Wildermuth Consulting Services, LLC, a company that is dedicated to delivering architecture, mentoring and software solutions in the Atlanta, Georgia area.  He is also a speaker on the INETA Speaker’s Bureau and has appeared at several national conferences to speak on a variety of subjects.  He is currently teaching Silverlight across the country during his Silverlight Tour (http://www.silverlight-tour.com).

Shawn is also the author of several books including the book "Pragmatic ADO.NET" for Addison-Wesley, and is also the co-author of four Microsoft Certification Training Kits for MS Press, as well as the upcoming book, “Prescriptive Data Architectures”. 

He has been writing articles for a number of years for a variety of magazines and websites, including MSDN, MSDN Online, DevSource, InformIT, Windows IT Pro, The ServerSide .NET, ONDotNet.com and Intel’s Rich Client Series. Shawn has enjoyed building data-driven software for more than twenty years. He can be reached at his website at http://www.wildermuthconsulting.com.

 

Follow Shawn on twitter http://twitter.com/ShawnWildermuth

 

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