A thorough introduction to model-driven development with M and SQL Server Modeling for .Net developers
Microsoft Oslo is a new development framework for building enterprise-level applications through metadata, a process that allows teams of developers to work together more easily and more efficiently. In this book, author Bill Sempf, an experienced enterprise architect and member of the Oslo Influencer’s Circle that is helping Microsoft with Oslo development, teaches .NET and Visual Studio developers how to use Oslo. Readers will test their skills by creating an application using Oslo tools.
Introduces the architectural, development, and business concepts behind model-driven development
Walks developers through all Microsoft Oslo tools, including the M modeling language, the Quadrant visual modeling tool, and the Repository, an enterprise-ready storage location for data models and pre-built domains
Helps programmers build an application from scratch using Oslo; after thoroughly mastering all Oslo tools, readers will build Proto, a manufacturing process system
Comes with a Companion Web site, which includes all code examples from the book
.Net developers who want to start building applications with Oslo will find what they need in this complete guide.