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Jason Loy is now a member of The Model Driven Software Network
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Juha-Pekka Tolvanen posted an event

16th Domain-Specific Modeling workshop at Amsterdam

October 30, 2016 from 8:30am to 5pm
Domain-Specific Modeling (DSM) provides a modern solution to demands for higher productivity by constricting the gap between problem and solution modeling. In the past, productivity gains have been sought from new programming languages. Domain-specific languages and modeling provide a viable solution for continuing to raise the level of abstraction beyond coding, making development faster and easier for all participants. The workshop welcomes submissions that address Domain-Specific Modeling on…See More
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Als schneller und einfacher mit einer Client-Konflikt zu verhandeln, unter Berücksichtigung der Interessen der Gesellschaft und den Kunden?

Während aggressive Client nicht "austoben", kann er nicht ruhig und vernünftig zu reden. Emotionen "überstreichen" widersprüchliche Client, und wird nicht zulassen, dass bis auf die Stellungnahme des Managers zu hören, geschweige denn logischer wiegen die "Profis" und "Wider". Daher ist der beste Weg, um "auszulöschen" das Feuer des Konflikts -, um den Client zu helfen, mit Frustration und Irritation, dh zu bewältigen eine Chance geben, zu sprechen.Auch wenn unzufriedene Kunden werden…See More
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Forum

DSL Engineering books to give away (to academics / students) 10 Replies

Started by Mark Dalgarno in General. Last reply by Ferdinand von den Eichen Mar 2, 2015.

How to compare Model Driven Technologies? 34 Replies

Started by Andreas Leue in General. Last reply by Angelo Hulshout Oct 10, 2011.

Simplest way to develop a DSL 7 Replies

Started by Muhammad Samiullah in General. Last reply by Muhammad Samiullah Jul 11, 2011.

Is there a future for Model Driven Development? 10 Replies

Started by Johan den Haan in General. Last reply by Glenn Engstrand Aug 14, 2012.

UML and productivity 19 Replies

Started by Jorge Ubeda in General. Last reply by Rafael Chaves Apr 8, 2011.

Modeling will be commonplace in three years time (or so Stephen Mellor says) 10 Replies

Started by Jordi Cabot in General. Last reply by Pedro J. Molina Nov 19, 2010.

What is the relationship between the model-driven initiatives: MDE,MDA and MDD? 2 Replies

Started by Jordi Cabot in General. Last reply by Rui Curado Jul 24, 2009.

Beginners Tutorials for Model Driven Software 18 Replies

Started by Tom Miller in Tools. Last reply by Luis Molina Jul 12, 2010.

Competitive Advantage 3 Replies

Started by Michael Osmond in General. Last reply by Juha-Pekka Tolvanen May 7, 2009.

What about pragmatic approach to model driven development? 5 Replies

Started by Jorge Ubeda in General. Last reply by Marcus Munzert Feb 20, 2009.

Blog Posts

Top 3 mistakes you do when you work with Java

Mistake 1: Existing Libraries

It's unquestionably an oversight for Java Developers to overlook the multitudinous measure of libraries written in Java. Before reevaluating the wheel, attempt to hunt down accessible libraries - a significant number of them have been cleaned throughout the years of their presence and are allowed…

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Posted by Rai Mirrow on March 16, 2016 at 10:12

Questions For Java Developer

Here are some meeting tips for you to set yourself up when you go for your Java meeting . Ensure you have a duplicate of your resume before you.

It is OK to have a trick sheet or two - simply don't give anybody a chance to hear papers rearranging.

Know your OOA&D definitions, for example, polymorphism, legacy, and so forth. Know the distinction…

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Posted by Rai Mirrow on March 16, 2016 at 9:53

Als schneller und einfacher mit einer Client-Konflikt zu verhandeln, unter Berücksichtigung der Interessen der Gesellschaft und den Kunden?

Während aggressive Client nicht "austoben", kann er nicht ruhig und vernünftig zu reden. Emotionen "überstreichen" widersprüchliche Client, und wird nicht zulassen, dass bis auf die Stellungnahme des Managers zu hören, geschweige denn logischer wiegen die "Profis" und "Wider". Daher ist der beste Weg, um "auszulöschen" das Feuer des Konflikts -, um den Client zu helfen, mit Frustration und Irritation, dh zu bewältigen eine Chance geben, zu sprechen.

Auch wenn unzufriedene Kunden…

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Posted by Raumond Casey on January 29, 2016 at 15:19

Conflict Management mistakes we often make

There are so many mistakes we make on a daily basis, but some of them are unnecessary and simply foolish. Most of the conflict management mistakes are unnecessary and are simply spoiling your management’s reputation.

Here are some of them. Check them out and try to keep them out of your organization.

 

Taking no action when a team conflict arises

Team conflicts are bad and hardly can one assume these conflicts to be resolved on their own. So, it is important to…

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Posted by Sandra Falk on January 6, 2016 at 5:22

Why swift is better than Objective-C

On account of a few key elements, Swift can possibly turn into the true programming language for making immersive, responsive, shopper confronting applications for quite a long time to come. Apple seems to have enormous objectives for Swift. It has streamlined the compiler for execution and the dialect for improvement, and it implies Swift being "intended to scale from 'hi, world' to a whole working framework" in Swift's documentation. While Apple…

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Posted by Raumond Casey on November 30, 2015 at 10:20

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