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New CPSA-Advanced Level Module Domain-Specific Languages (DSL) introduced

The iSAQB® has published the curriculum of the new Advanced Level module Domain-Specific Languages (DSL). There are now a total of 16 CPSA-Advanced Level modules.

The module DSL intro­duces the most important techniques and results from programming language design and compiler construction. The training will help under­stand where a DSL fits into an overall architecture, system­at­i­cally design useful and user-friendly DSL, and consider DSLs an integral technique in architecture design.

For successful partic­i­pation in this module, partic­i­pants receive 10 credit points in techno­logical compe­tence and 20 in methodical compe­tence. These credit points can be used for a subse­quent certification exami­nation to become a Certified Profes­sional of Software Architecture at the Advanced Level.

Further information on the new module DSL and the curriculum can be found here.

First DSL training dates will be published soon in our training calendar.

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