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Rui Curado
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  • Leiria
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AtomWeaver 1.3.0 has been released!
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Rui Curado Feb 15, 2012.

It's real! AtomWeaver 1.0 has been released
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Rui Curado Sep 13, 2010.

AtomWeaver public beta has been released
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Rui Curado Aug 4, 2010.

 

Rui Curado - MDSD Researcher

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My interest in Model Driven Software Development:
- Learning new or existing MDSD techniques, and all forms of rapid development and code reuse.
- Connection between MDSD and other disciplines (like AOP, Code Generation and Component-based systems)
- Networking with other MDSD professionals, opinion leaders and decision-makers in the industry
My experience of Model Driven Software Development:
- Studying Rapid Development techniques for several years
- Developing a new Model-Driven Software Engineering methodology (ABSE) and its implementation through a dedicated IDE (AtomWeaver)
My website
http://www.atomweaver.com
My blog (or equivalent)
http://www.ruicurado.com

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At 14:17 on July 25, 2009, Gordon Morrison said…
Rui,

My book has been out since late Feb and getting very good comments. How are you doing on your IDE?

Gordon
At 18:48 on April 14, 2009, Fábio Paulo Basso said…
Oi Rui.

Li seus comentários e acho que pensamos de forma parecida: o MDD deve ser visual, familiar e simples.

Obrigado pela recepção.

Abraços.
At 17:05 on February 20, 2009, Danilo Beuche said…
Thanks for reporting, I fixed it.
At 9:54 on February 13, 2009, Juha-Pekka Tolvanen said…
Thank you for your kind words and for purchasing the book ;-) We tried to make the book practical and included there 5 easy to understand languages too. Feel free to comment and tell how you found it.
Juha-Pekka
At 16:15 on February 5, 2009, Gordon Morrison said…
I noticed that you have an interest in IDE development. Using my temporal approach in an IDE would be an ideal way to advance the technology. I have several different designs if you would like to take a look. I can put the screen shots into a PDF and send it to you.
At 16:06 on February 5, 2009, Gordon Morrison said…
I understand the threat to programmers. But as technology advances the need to "code" as we have since the 50's is going to go away. I look forward to the better productivity and not having to code.
In my previous I tried to upload a couple of diagrams from the book. Let me know if the PDF came through.
At 16:05 on February 5, 2009, Gordon Morrison said…
At 14:48 on February 5, 2009, Gordon Morrison said…
The book was posted this week on Amazon.com. The title is "Breaking the Time Barrier". I look forward to your questions and comments. I was in Cascais two years ago, I really like the area.
At 15:23 on January 27, 2009, Gordon Morrison said…
I have been resisent to get involved in any discussions because the book is in the printing process. My publisher says it should be available on line and in stores by the end of Feb if not sooner (ISBN: 978-1-4327-3215-8). Dr. Aynur Unal is now living in Istanbul and can be reached at . My 4,847,755 patent is also very interesting if you are into Multi-Core and Hyper-Threading architectures.
At 21:06 on January 26, 2009, Gordon Morrison said…
This is from the back of the book:

What if you could reduce the size of applications by 50 percent, while cutting code complexity by a factor of three? Breaking the Time Barrier, from renowned inventor and programming expert Gordon E. Morrison, can help you do all that while dramatically increasing software reliability. The secret is COSA, Coherent Object System Architecture. This revolutionary new paradigm in software engineering, keeps control-flow and data-flow separate, and brings breakthrough time savings where it counts. The resulting applications are easier to trace, debug, validate, and reuse⎯and are free of the scourge of modern software engineering: “spaghetti code.”
Promising a Moore’s Law for software—in which software decreases in size while increasing in performance—Breaking the Time Barrier allows the technology to be consistent from the top of the model down to the binary code at the bottom. This happens through changing the architectural paradigm from the way specifications are created to the automated manufacture of the application. Breaking the Time Barrier is chock full of programming examples and clear instructions that will make it among a software engineer’s most referenced technical works.

“This technique is so powerful and adaptive that it has the potential to develop into a complete, model driven architecture and holds the possibility of eliminating programmers as we know them.”
⎯Dr. Aynur Anul, Silicon Valley, 2005
 
 
 

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