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Rafael Chaves
  • Florianópolis, SC
  • Brazil
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AlphaSimple: model-driven prototyping on the web
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Rafael Chaves Jul 29, 2010.

 

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Rafael Chaves replied to Alex Semenov's discussion Direct execution of a Database Schema
"Alex, unless you make use of stored procedures (which I have nothing against), database schemas as a metamodel lack the ability of representing behavior. As you mention, they are pretty decent at modeling structure. But that is not enough other for…"
Nov 21, 2013
Rafael Chaves replied to Alex Semenov's discussion Request for a tool classification...
"Alex, that looks a lot like CodeCity."
May 9, 2012
Rafael Chaves commented on Jordi Cabot's blog post List of Executable UML tools
"BTW, I am working on a third different tool that will also be based on TextUML (at least initially)."
Apr 28, 2012
Rafael Chaves commented on Jordi Cabot's blog post List of Executable UML tools
"True, but TextUML is not a tool, it is a notation. The Toolkit and AlphaSimple are two different tools, with different features and targetting different audiences, and just happen to use the same notation. "
Apr 28, 2012
Rafael Chaves commented on Jordi Cabot's blog post List of Executable UML tools
"Thanks for the offer, Jordi. I mentioned before as a comment on your blog but not sure you missed it or disagreed: you may also want to include the TextUML Toolkit. The TextUML Toolkit is an Eclipse-based tool for creating executable UML models."
Apr 27, 2012
Rafael Chaves replied to Mark Dalgarno's discussion Model-Driven Software Competition announced
"The suspense, it is killing me!"
Apr 24, 2012
Rafael Chaves replied to Tu, Hoang Do's discussion Current limitations of MDD and its implications
"I can't follow how challenges in reverse engineering can represent limitations in model-driven development. IMHO, model-driven and round-trip engineering are antagonistic ideas. If models drive, code is clearly a derived artifact. The…"
Feb 21, 2012
Rafael Chaves commented on Rafael Chaves's blog post MDD meets TDD: mapping requirements as model test cases
"Andreas, while I fully agree whether users care about usability, ease of use, performance, etc, I don't think that is useful for deciding what is problem domain. While those things do need to be provided, they are highly dependant on the…"
Nov 16, 2011

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My interest in Model Driven Software Development:
Separation of concerns
Proper level of abstraction
Consistent quality
Productivity
Modeling using textual notations
My experience of Model Driven Software Development:
I am the developer of Cloudfier, a domain-centric tool for rapid development and deployment of business applications, and the TextUML Toolkit, a UML modeling tool that uses a textual notation.
My website
http://cloudfier.com
My blog (or equivalent)
http://abstratt.com/blog/

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MDD meets TDD: mapping requirements as model test cases

Executable models, as the name implies, are models that are complete and precise enough to be executed. One of the key benefits is that you can evaluate your model very early in the development life cycle. That allows you to ensure the model is generally correct and satisfies the requirements even before you have committed to a particular implementation platform.

One way to perform early validation is to automatically generate a prototype that non-technical stakeholders can play with…

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Posted on November 10, 2011 at 9:10 — 7 Comments

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