Raise your level of abstraction
Since this is full of tool vendors (very successful in making more with MDE :-) ) I thought I could share with you that it is now possible to announce your tool/company/service in the modeling languages portal.
Show what you have to offer to a very targeted audience. There’s no confusion here, a visitor of this portal is, at the very least, interested in seeing whether software modeling and model driven engineering could work for him/her so every…Continue
Added by Jordi Cabot on July 1, 2011 at 14:52 — No Comments
[crossposted here from http://www.hulshout.nl/blog/2011/05/29/language-workbench-competition-2011-code-generation-2011/]
Pfheww.. it's already two days ago that I left Cambridge, after three days of model driven development information overload.
On Tuesday, I chaired, together with my beloved egg timer, the…Continue
Added by Angelo Hulshout on June 13, 2011 at 21:00 — No Comments
Model Driven Development proponents see a lot of advantages of using MDD techniques. Higher development speed, increased quality, more cost-effective, empowering less-experienced developers, just to name a few. If you look at these promises the question arises why the whole world isn't using MDD right now? Why don't we hear a lot of MDD success stories?
In a recent article I wrote about some of the…Continue
Added by Johan den Haan on June 10, 2011 at 12:06 — No Comments
This is my first time post.
When I make the Requirement Specification , then I often use Use Case diagram, Use Case Description(I often use Sequence Diagram) ,State Machine Diagram, and more.
But, many people make the Requirement Specification by Natural Language.
And, they share that in Wiki.
# Of course, the tool used by the development domain is different.
They want to change that, they can…Continue
I've posted a few diagrams from a UML user model based on the conference app example a few people used at the conference: http://jtlog.wordpress.com/2011/06/02/conference-user-model/
I would be really interested to know what people think of this approach to UI code generation.
Added by Pedro J. Molina on May 31, 2011 at 19:53 — No Comments
A personal review on our last edition favorite conference: http://pjmolina.com/metalevel/2011/05/code-generation-2011-a-personal-review
Added by Pedro J. Molina on May 31, 2011 at 11:57 — No Comments
I've posted a quick writeup of the LWC challenge competition highlights presented at the Code Generation main event.
Here is the post:
Added by Marco Brambilla on May 27, 2011 at 14:04 — No Comments
May 24th the first Language Workbench Competition have been held in Cambridge (UK) as a warming-up of the Code Generation conference. The idea for a language workbench competition originates from a group of people during Code Generation 2010. A lot of new initiatives in the field of language workbenches are arising to facilitate the creation of Domain Specific Languages (DSLs) and their accompanied code generators…Continue
Added by Johan den Haan on May 27, 2011 at 8:25 — No Comments
We've uploaded the sessions outputs (as PDF) here:
Added by Jordi Cabot on May 20, 2011 at 12:04 — No Comments
It 's been almost a year since the last …Continue
Added by Stefano Butti on May 16, 2011 at 11:30 — No Comments
I didn't realise until a member of our team told me but apparently it's National Technology Day in India today.
Does this exist anywhere else? Is important enough to Western nations to celebrate?
Here's a blog post on it whilst you (and I) ponder on that...
Added by Derek Russell on May 11, 2011 at 16:30 — No Comments
Today, I finished reading the thick black book.. "Domain-Specific Languages" by Martin Fowler.
Here's the (personal)mind map of the book.(click to magnify img. or here to see in "share")…Continue
For those who have always thought “very nice WebML, but what’s a pity that it is a proprietary language!”, you will be happy to know that WebML has taken the very first steps in the OMG.
What do you think if WebML was a standard language like UML, BPMN or SoaML?
Read more here...
Added by Stefano Butti on May 4, 2011 at 7:01 — No Comments
The web, Twitter, newsletters, advertisements and magazines continue to show a growing interest in Model Driven Development, and for model driven development tools that are often referred to as language workbenches. Apparently, this concept has found an audience amongst tool developers and software development organisations.
However, this attention has a downside - in the form of many different solutions, with varying functionality and qualiy, which makes the choice for the right…Continue
There are many situations in which you would like to extend or annotate a model with additional information but most times the last thing you’d like to do is to change its metamodel to be able to include this new information. As a solution, we propose to reuse the concept of UML profiles and adapt it for arbitrary EMF models.
Read more about our new EMFProfiles initiative…Continue
I have restarted my blog at THINK IN MODELS.
Because of certain reasons which I don't want to mention, some resources on internet will suddenly not be able to access from our home such as the BSP Wordpress in past a few months and modeldrivensoftware.net lately, thereby we must “cross the wall” if we still need to visit them. This is why I created a blog at wordpress.com but had…Continue
Added by Mountriver TY Yu on March 27, 2011 at 15:00 — No Comments