When talking about Model-Driven Software Development with people in the wider software world I'm often faced with common myths. I think it's a good idea for us here to be aware of such myths and how to 'explode' them.
So, can I ask that we share a few of the common myths that we've heard and how we counter-act them?
Some 'myths' I face regularly:
- MDSD isn't 'agile'
- You have to be a 'guru' to use MDSD (last guru cited was Stephen Wolfram)
- MDSD is really difficult