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Raise your level of abstraction

Antonio García Domínguez
  • Puerto Real, Cadiz
  • Spain
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Antonio García Domínguez replied to Mark Dalgarno's discussion DSL Engineering books to give away (to academics / students)
"Hi Mark, I would be interested in getting a copy of this book, as some of my colleagues and I use MDE for our research. If it helps, my PhD is on extending a model-driven SOA methodology with testing aspects, and my colleagues work on complex event…"
Apr 22, 2013

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My interest in Model Driven Software Development:
I'm using it for my PhD. My aim is to extend an existing SOA model-driven methodology to help with testing various aspects, such as defining performance testing requirements or evaluating service contracts.
My experience of Model Driven Software Development:
I'm one of the developers of the Eclipse Epsilon project since early 2011. Epsilon provides a family of concise and convenient model management languages which are all based on a shared language EOL, thus allowing for code reuse across model validations, M2M transformations and M2T transformations.

Epsilon also includes a few useful tools for working with models, such as the Eugenia graphical editor generator, the EUnit unit testing framework, or the ModeLink model weaving editor.
My website
http://neptuno.uca.es/~agarcia

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At 16:10 on February 28, 2019, James Pollard said…

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