Software That Writes And Evolves Software
Rod Johnson

The “microgrammars” paper was a real eye-opener, really glad I heard about it through Adrian Colyer’s post. I am hoping more projects like “Atomist Editors” try in the same vein to “unify” how things are done in a language agnostic way to simplify lives for us developers.

While developers are greatly empowered in the ability to choose “the right language/ framework/ library” for the job, this often creates an “integration” headache when dealing with the seems (between languages/frameworks/ apis).

Any work to delegate the mundane-error-prone-data-entry and bookkeeping types of tasks to the machines (so us developers can focus on problem solving) is welcome in my book.

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