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Vitaliy Fedorchenko replied to Rui Curado's discussion How to make MDSD more attractive to the "mere developer mortal"?
"I guess you're right - main reason is "imaginary" MDD complexity (I know a lot of developers that really believe in MDD==MDA and knowledge of UML/MOF/QVT is required). I think that domain-specific MDD (on contrary to general-purpose…"
Apr 3, 2009
Vitaliy Fedorchenko commented on Vitaliy Fedorchenko's blog post Bottom-up Domain Specific Modeling
"Hi Mark, I hope BU-DSM will not disappoint you. Despite of the fact that it was born in cruel conditions of modern enterprise systems development, BU-DSM background refers to the theory of knowledge representation and ontology development. Will try…"
Mar 25, 2009
Rui Curado commented on Vitaliy Fedorchenko's blog post Bottom-up Domain Specific Modeling
"Mark, you know we can't please everyone and CG2009 is obviously no exception. Let's not hijack Vitaliy's thread!"
Mar 25, 2009
Mark Dalgarno commented on Vitaliy Fedorchenko's blog post Bottom-up Domain Specific Modeling
"The focus of the Code Generation conferences is on the practical application of model-driven software development so many of the sessions are about lessons learned applying the approach in different problem domains. We also have several…"
Mar 25, 2009
Rui Curado commented on Vitaliy Fedorchenko's blog post Bottom-up Domain Specific Modeling
"I salute you to come forward and present a new approach to DSM/MDSD. This is something that should be encouraged, and is one of my complains about the CG2009 programme: No real innovative/disruptive/experimental presentations. Just a remix of what…"
Mar 25, 2009
Anders Hessellund left a comment for Vitaliy Fedorchenko
"Great, welcome. -- Anders"
Mar 25, 2009
Vitaliy Fedorchenko posted a blog post

Bottom-up Domain Specific Modeling

Hello all,I want to announce my own approach to domain-specific model driven development. I call it 'bottom-up DSM (BU-DSM)' (because of modeling "motivation direction"). In reality it based on ideas that are very similar to Domain Specific Multimodeling Paradigm described by Anders Hessellund.It's main ideas:- using IoC-container XML configuration as 'final' model (so, model interpretation is used instead of…See More
Mar 25, 2009
Mark Dalgarno left a comment for Vitaliy Fedorchenko
"Hi Vitaliy, welcome to the network. BTW the links to your web site are broken - maybe need www. ?"
Mar 24, 2009
Vitaliy Fedorchenko is now a member of The Model Driven Software Network
Mar 24, 2009

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My interest in Model Driven Software Development:
I'm lead software engineer in newtonideas.com and we use MDE for developing our enterprise systems.
Also I'm postgraduate in National University of "Kiev-Mohila Academy" and the topic of my dissertation is highly close to MDE.
My experience of Model Driven Software Development:
Approx 2 years.
My website
http://vfedorchenko.com
My blog (or equivalent)
http://vfedorchenko.com

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Bottom-up Domain Specific Modeling

Hello all,

I want to announce my own approach to domain-specific model driven development. I call it 'bottom-up DSM (BU-DSM)' (because of modeling "motivation direction"). In reality it based on ideas that are very similar to Domain Specific Multimodeling Paradigm described by Anders Hessellund.



It's main ideas:

- using IoC-container XML configuration as 'final' model (so, model interpretation… Continue

Posted on March 25, 2009 at 7:00 — 4 Comments

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At 8:18 on March 25, 2009, Anders Hessellund said…
Great,

welcome.

-- Anders
At 14:25 on March 24, 2009, Mark Dalgarno said…
Hi Vitaliy, welcome to the network.

BTW the links to your web site are broken - maybe need www. ?
 
 
 

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