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Yannick Lizzi
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Leonardo Kenji Shikida commented on Yannick Lizzi's blog post Rose to Topcased transformation
"pretty impressive. How did you figured out how to generate sequence diagrams using crazybeans?"
Sep 16, 2011
Karsten Thoms commented on Yannick Lizzi's blog post Rose to Topcased transformation
"Hi Yannick! Thanks for sharing your experience about this interesting topic. I face sometimes questions about model transformations including diagrams. Without diagrams this is no big deal with current model transformation techniques like Xtend, but…"
Jun 26, 2009
Yannick Lizzi posted a blog post

Rose to Topcased transformation

Hi all,At itemis, I’ve recently been working on a challenging prototype: the migration of Rational Rose UML models and diagrams to Topcased UML editor (www.topcased.org).While open source (UML) solutions are becoming more and more trendy and mature, in particular in embedded systems area, technologies have still to prove their ability to adapt to existing legacy solutions. This is particularly true when trying to convince people to switch to…See More
Jun 26, 2009
Yannick Lizzi is now a member of The Model Driven Software Network
Jun 25, 2009

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My interest in Model Driven Software Development:
Architecture, Technologies, Tools, Contacts, Projects
My experience of Model Driven Software Development:
Software Architect at itemis France, the French subsidiary of itemis AG (www.itemis.com)
-> openArchitectureWare, M2M

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Rose to Topcased transformation

Hi all,



At itemis, I’ve recently been working on a challenging prototype: the migration of Rational Rose UML models and diagrams to Topcased UML editor (www.topcased.org).



While open source (UML) solutions are becoming more and more trendy and mature, in particular in embedded systems area, technologies have still to prove their ability to adapt to existing legacy solutions. This is particularly true when trying to… Continue

Posted on June 26, 2009 at 14:00 — 3 Comments

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