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Michael Osmond
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Juha-Pekka Tolvanen May 7, 2009.

 

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Michael Osmond replied to Rui Curado's discussion How to make MDSD more attractive to the "mere developer mortal"?
"My first reaction to the question is the problem is right there - "mere developer mortal", do we have to be more than mere developer mortals to get this? However, I will try a left field answer: how about we stop paying people by lines of…"
Mar 18, 2009
Michael Osmond replied to Rui Curado's discussion Is this community dead already, and what does that mean to MDSD?
"Rui, I suspect it takes time and effort to get these groups going and growing, and also quite a large body of people to sustain it. So, it may be as simple as there is not enough people yet to really get this going. I think that you will find…"
Mar 16, 2009
Michael Osmond replied to Vlad VARNICA's discussion Design pattern uses ?
"I would also answer yes. Aren't the templates that we build to realise our models an example of patterns?"
Mar 16, 2009
Michael Osmond replied to Vlad VARNICA's discussion Is regeneration from the model every time the only realistic way to get major benefits of MDD ?
"Rui, I agree its sounds or is inconsistent. However, in defence of the approach. In this case we are not changing our hand writen code, we are actually replacing generated code files with an alternate file. So it is not about reliability of…"
Feb 17, 2009
Michael Osmond replied to Vlad VARNICA's discussion Is regeneration from the model every time the only realistic way to get major benefits of MDD ?
"If what you want to achive is an on-going reliance on MDD as the main way that you are going to develop and deliver software, then I would agree you have to keep regenerating code, which means you have to fix problems, make changes and enhancements…"
Feb 17, 2009
Neil Loughran left a comment for Michael Osmond
"Sure Michael, shall we take this offline? My email address can be found by typing in my name in google (I won't type it here in case a bot picks it up ;-) )"
Feb 12, 2009
Michael Osmond left a comment for Neil Loughran
"Hello Neil, I saw your post in "How MDA maps to Product Lines". I have a specific interest (or role) in the Configuration Management and Build Management aspects of this. I work in a small software firm where we have introduced MDD, and…"
Feb 12, 2009
Michael Osmond replied to Jorge Ubeda's discussion How MDA/MDD maps to Software Product Lines?
"Hello Neil However, (as with everything) with such great modelling tools does come an increase in complexity. For me to evolve my DSLs even in a slight way I may have to change all kinds of artefacts; grammars, constraints, code templates, model…"
Feb 12, 2009

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My interest in Model Driven Software Development:
Configuration Management, Processes, Release Management, Install and Deployment

Key question: How do we apply MDD/Generation techniques to the confirguration management and process automation needed for software product lines etc? How do we make it easier?
My experience of Model Driven Software Development:
Built and manage the build and release processes for a Software Product line built on Model Driven Development.

Modelled and now generate the installer packages for our product delivery.

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At 8:54 on February 12, 2009, Neil Loughran said…
Sure Michael, shall we take this offline?

My email address can be found by typing in my name in google (I won't type it here in case a bot picks it up ;-) )
At 17:53 on January 30, 2009, Mark Dalgarno said…
Hi,

You might also want to check out the recently launched Practical Product Lines network.

Mark
At 18:39 on December 14, 2008, Mark Dalgarno said…
Hi Michael,

Any comments on how to make the site useful are most welcome.

Mark
 
 
 

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