Gaston Milano's WebLog
CoolCommands for Visual Studio 2010 (CoolX)
A week ago Visual Studio 2010 was released and now you can download the final version of the CoolCommands for Visual Studio 2010, it just fix some minor bugs that many of you found.
DeKlarit V CTP Released : the end of the beginning 2
One year ago we started a new challenge for DeKlarit: an extensible and robust platform for creating rich applications based on Model Driven Development.
Model Driven Database Schema Evolution @ Code Generation 2010
Cool Commands for Visual Studio 2010 (CoolX)
It's time for a new version of Cool Commands for a new Visual Studio.
I have added some new commands, my new favorite command is Explorer Context Menu.
With this command all the items available in my Shell are available in Visual Studio!
I can zip, use SVN, send emails, comparing, etc just inside Visual Studio.
I started a new blog with focus in Genexus.
Data Sets from Freebase using Genexus
In many development cycles there is a step of prototyping, in this step we need more than just the application in order to success. We need good Data Sets.
Good Data Sets allow us to detect usability issues, performance issues, and probably give a good first impression to your customer.
So we decided to give to our users a way to generate data sets in order to be consumed by Genexus applications.
Fortunaly there are many sources of data today, one of them is FreeBase.
Briefly FreeBase "is an open database of the world's information" It's build by the community in a similar way as Wikipedia. FreeBase is one of the most famous application of the Web 3.0 wave where semantic matter.
So our Data Provider Generator is a new tool in order to generate data sets taking data from Freebase at first.
Annual World Usability Day
Yesterday was celebreated the 4th annual world usability day. In Uruguay it was in the ORT University Artech and other companies from Uruguay were invited to participate in this event.
M and textual DSLs
After PDC 2008 everybody start talking about a new way of creating textual DSLs using the Oslo Project, actually I have been confused trying to figure it out what exactly are the differences between the Oslo Project and many of the well proved tools and languages in the market.
Buildconsole is open source
This morning our team had a very interesting meeting with Jon 'Mad Dog" Hall, we were talking about many topics related with open source. I really enjoy the meeting.
I give you the chance of a good first impression even I believe Google engine is hard to improve.