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Arguments for Declarative Transformation Development
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Due to increasing use of domain specific languages (DSLs), declarative style of modeling is quetly spreading among users of MDE tools. Indeed, it is easy to find examples of declarative DSLs, e.g. at…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Andriy Levytskyy Mar 27, 2012.

 

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Andriy Levytskyy replied to Andriy Levytskyy's discussion Arguments for Declarative Transformation Development
"Thanks Andreas for the link. I missed the language switch. On Safari, the switch appears as empty combo box."
Mar 27, 2012
Andreas Leue replied to Andriy Levytskyy's discussion Arguments for Declarative Transformation Development
"The combobox on the left saying "Deutsch" (German) is for language switching (I guess we should replace that with language flags, sorry for the inconvenience). Anyway, this is a direct link to the english tutorial."
Mar 24, 2012
Andriy Levytskyy replied to Andriy Levytskyy's discussion Arguments for Declarative Transformation Development
"Andreas, Thank you for your comment. I went to www.xocp.org to check the technology, but the site is in German (?). I wonder if you have some white paper or anything written in English about xocp?  "
Mar 24, 2012
Andreas Leue replied to Andriy Levytskyy's discussion Arguments for Declarative Transformation Development
"Andriy, your initiative is very welcome!  Our DSLs as well a M2M in EM/OS are solely based on declarative style transformations. What can I say? They are pretty readable and maintable, we love them ;-) In short, the basic principle is…"
Mar 23, 2012
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Arguments for Declarative Transformation Development

Due to increasing use of domain specific languages (DSLs), declarative style of modeling is quetly spreading among users of MDE tools. Indeed, it is easy to find examples of declarative DSLs, e.g. at DSM Forums or this blog. There is however a group of users, among which the delarative style of modeling has not managed to spread - transformation developers.I have been developing transformations over a decade and became a convinced supporter of declarative transformation development languages.…See More
Mar 23, 2012
Andriy Levytskyy replied to Alex Semenov's discussion Request for a tool classification...
"Alex,  Mendix and OutSystems have evolved significantly in the recent years. The current versions abstract from tables. Instead, the user is modeling domain objects and relationships among them. There is no code with generic functionality…"
Mar 19, 2012
Andriy Levytskyy replied to Alex Semenov's discussion Request for a tool classification...
"Hi Alex, There are a few examples of environments that are similar to the environment you describe: Mendix and OutSystems. The similaritylies in their approach to and ingredience of agile application developement include domain model, business…"
Mar 17, 2012
Andriy Levytskyy replied to Tu, Hoang Do's discussion Current limitations of MDD and its implications
"Andreas, I agree with you on all points. There is not a single bottleneck and filling Business/IT (and more generally problem/solution gap as MDE is applied in more contexts) is the ultimate goal. My replies were made in a more limited scope of DSL…"
Mar 6, 2012
Andriy Levytskyy replied to Tu, Hoang Do's discussion Current limitations of MDD and its implications
"Of cause I did not mean total adaptation of a tool to domain needs. Such tools already exist for a long time. They are language workbenches that focus on allowing low-level changes. However the development cost of this freedom is prohibitively high…"
Mar 5, 2012
Andriy Levytskyy replied to Tu, Hoang Do's discussion Current limitations of MDD and its implications
"The issue of time-wasting modeling activities is well known among industrial practitioners of MDD. IMHO, there are two reasons behind it: - use of general-purpose methodology and notation where domain-specific method and DSLs are more appropriate…"
Mar 3, 2012
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Code Generation 2012 at Murray Edwards College, Cambridge

March 28, 2012 at 9am to March 30, 2012 at 4:30pm
The Code Generation conference is Europe's leading event on Code Generation and Model-Driven Software Development. The event has a strong practical focus and an emphasis on sharing experiences and knowledge.About the eventNow in it's 6th year the conference attracts an international audience. Over 50% of participants come from outside the UK, some coming from as far North America, Japan, Korea, Australasia and South America. Participants come from organisations of all different sizes and have a…See More
Oct 27, 2011
Andriy Levytskyy replied to Xavier Seignard's discussion Guessing models from unstructured data
"Yes, it is clear now. However, I have little experience with the topic. If the data is more like knowledge, you may found some help in the AOP (aspect oriented programming) community. A part of AOP is to create a model of a source code (data). This…"
Oct 27, 2011
Andriy Levytskyy replied to Mountriver TY Yu's discussion Have Models Filed?
"In my opinion models have failed (for now) because they failed to be relevant to companies. I see two main causes behind this failure: 1) MDE community has been too focused on the technical side, and too little on showing its relevance and…"
Oct 27, 2011
Andriy Levytskyy replied to Mountriver TY Yu's discussion Have Models Filed?
"What is the alternative of this extremity? :)"
Oct 27, 2011
Andriy Levytskyy replied to Xavier Seignard's discussion Guessing models from unstructured data
"Xavier, do you mean that data and models already exist, but relation between the two needs to be validated?    "
Oct 27, 2011
Andriy Levytskyy replied to Andreas Leue's discussion How to compare Model Driven Technologies?
"@Andreas   > I'm not sure where you see the "traditional MDE development process" Indeed there is no MDE development process in your diagram#1. I was referring to Meinte's steps 1-5. He was talking about a process to…"
Aug 25, 2011

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My interest in Model Driven Software Development:
New model-driven applications throughout the entire system life cycle. Pragmatic and value-driven MDE applications in industrial context. MDE technology and tool developments.
My experience of Model Driven Software Development:
Specialized in domain analysis, enterprise ontology, information and process architectures, domain languages and process automation.
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http://lsd.luminis.eu/author/andriy/

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