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Meinte Boersma
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Meinte Boersma replied to Angelo Hulshout's discussion Language Workbench Challenge 2012
"Uhm, the first link leads to a "no text" page. I'm sure you have the text somewhere, just not on any of those Wiki pages ;) Plus: I'm curious! :)"
Nov 3, 2011
Meinte Boersma replied to Andreas Leue's discussion How to compare Model Driven Technologies?
"(It seems I can't reply on Andreas' reply below, so I'm replying here.) Since Andriy is on vacation, I'm taking the liberty of trying to reply for him :) The question what people and skills are required for MDx doesn't…"
Aug 12, 2011
Meinte Boersma replied to Andreas Leue's discussion How to compare Model Driven Technologies?
"@standards I'm pretty much restricted to the Java/Eclipse/EMF ecology but over there XMI and EMF are very much working standards. The perceived need to adhere to some standard is mostly a manager thing, IMHO and usually not because of fear for…"
Jul 27, 2011
Meinte Boersma replied to Andreas Leue's discussion How to compare Model Driven Technologies?
"@3: I really don't care about standards. In fact, I think that word has done more damage to MDx than it brought good - except for the EMF and XMI standards, but these arose as "working standards" which is a bit different from the…"
Jul 26, 2011
Meinte Boersma replied to Andreas Leue's discussion How to compare Model Driven Technologies?
"I guess I do but personally, I find Methodology to be completely uninteresting. Most "methodologies" boil down to a combination of common sense, some well-known principles and best practices (Separation of Concerns, the Single…"
Jul 21, 2011
Meinte Boersma replied to Andreas Leue's discussion How to compare Model Driven Technologies?
"I would hate to be able to choose exactly one of these three approaches in all situations and I don't think they actual oppose each other - they're fairly orthogonal, even. E.g., I think business modeling (or dev-assisted business modeling…"
Jul 21, 2011
Meinte Boersma replied to Andreas Leue's discussion How to compare Model Driven Technologies?
"In fact, I'd say the application of MDx should solve a real problem, period!   I guess I'm missing (the statement) a concrete goal for doing MDx in this discussion and I think having that would make the comparison more realistic as it…"
Jul 21, 2011
Meinte Boersma replied to Andreas Leue's discussion How to compare Model Driven Technologies?
"Well, it's my experience that (1) we, as a MDx community, are still struggling to get our point (why do MDx at all) across -both to technical peers and managers alike- and (2) the way in which we apply MDx varies so much that I don't…"
Jul 13, 2011
Meinte Boersma replied to Andreas Leue's discussion How to compare Model Driven Technologies?
"I would also like and want a diagram which clearly communicates the essence, process and value of MDx."
Jul 13, 2011
Meinte Boersma commented on Kenji Hiranabe's blog post A mind map of Martin Fowler's DSL book.
"I guess Oslo should be in there for completeness' sake, but otherwise it's pretty dead..."
May 17, 2011
Meinte Boersma commented on Kenji Hiranabe's blog post A mind map of Martin Fowler's DSL book.
"I'm missing a mention of Xtext under the Tools sub tree :("
May 16, 2011
Meinte Boersma is now a member of The Model Driven Software Network
Jan 14, 2011

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My interest in Model Driven Software Development:
It's the way forward ;) (and it conveniently encompasses the current BPMS hype/fad)
My experience of Model Driven Software Development:
I've done a few MDSD projects, both using good-ole UML as well as using textual DSLs developed with Xtext.
My blog (or equivalent)
http://dslmeinte.wordpress.com

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