Code Generation 2011 is the leading European conference on modeling and code generation. It’s a great opportunity to meet with the experts in the field and share the latest research in the area.
The invited speakers this year are very, very interesting:
- Terrence Parr, well known by its work on teaching compiler construction and the great tools ANTLR and StringTemplate, and
- Ed Merks, the leader of the Eclipse Modeling Framework
As a novelty, previous to the conference itself the first edition of the Language Workbenches Competition will take place on May 24th in the same venue.
In this edition, I will be there again, more active if ever, taking part with some activities:
- On May 24th, presenting Essential in the scope of the Language Workbenches Competition
- On 25th, presenting on Introducing Model Driven Software Development
- And, later on, taking part in the panel Build or Buy – who should develop and own your DSLs and generators? organized by Juha-Pekka Tolvanen from Metacase
- Finally, on 26th, discussing about Modelling the User Interface
As always, I’m looking forward to meet again the code generation community.
Take a look to the full programme and don’t miss the chance.
See you in Cambridge!