Dennis Röck

Dr. Dennis Röck works as a language engineer for itemis AG in Lünen. His experience about language engineering comes from research in Prof. Kastens' Workgroup "Programming languages and compiler" on University of Paderborn. As a newcomer at itemis, he works as a software developer in several Xtext projects.
Dennis Röck

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From classical language design to language engineering with Xtext

The first high-level programming language Plankalkül (Plan Calculus) from Konrad Zuse was developed between 1942 and 1945. Since this time, a lot of languages have been developed and discarded. But how is a language defined? What is a domain specific or visual language? And have all languages equal definition parts? What is different if we use Xtext?  Read more >


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