Posts tagged “conference”.

Introducing MDSD

My yesterday talk slides in Code Generation 2010 about Introducing Model Driven Software Development:

Countdown for CG2010

The Programme for Code Generation 2010 has been published.

This year Mark has invited me to give an introductory session to Model Driven Software Development (MDSD) oriented to begginers.

Also, I will discuss in a second session about creating tailored code generators.

See you in Cambridge in June!

Code Generation 2010: Call for Speakers is open

The call for speakers of Code Generation 2010 is now open.

If you are a practitioner, researcher or a tool maker in the MDD arena this is your conference.
You have till January 15th 2010 to send your submission.

See you there!

Ready for Genexus Meeting 2009

Everything is ready for the XIX Genexus International Meeting. (14-16 of September, Montevideo)

Final programinvited speakers have been published.

As anticipated before, on Monday at 14:30 H (GMT-3), I will be there talking about The State of the Art of the Model Driven Development (MDD).

Talking on MDD at Genexus Event

Genexus/EncuentroA year ago I met two Artech guys: G. Milano and A. Silva in the Code Generation 2008 conference and and interchanged nice points of views on MDD. Now I’ve been invited by Artech to give a talk about the state of the art of MDD in the XIX edition of the annual International Community Event of Genexus at Montevideo, Uruguay on 14-16 of September.

Artech is a Montevideo based company producing Genexus and DeKlarit. From the early 80s, Genexus allows to model and produce tailored full ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) systems based on models an full code generation.

Based in several custom DSLs, it allows to fully specify ERP systems for the domain of business and administration applications resolving persistence, business logic, user interface, and reporting.

Their approach is quite original because Genexus starts from collecting Users Data Views as the base model to derive a deterministic Entity-Relational data-model to drive the business information architecture.

Technology independence is one of their key features: it can generate Cobol, Java, C# or Ruby to cite a few of them. Changing the target technology is as fast as the time needed for regeneration and redeploy.

This community is new for me. I am more familiar with MDD in industrial software factories for middle to big sized customers based mainly in custom development and using object-oriented approaches. Anyway, I feel that we will have a lot of common ideas and principles because the main objective is basically the same: to put the machine to work for us.

I hope to learn a lot with the experience, meeting people and blog it back on my return.

Code Generation 2009 Clip

Mark posted a video summarizing this edition of Code Generation.

Thanks for sharing it!

My impressions about Code Generation 2009

Code Generation 2009
Once a year I flew to Cambridge, on the United Kingdom. It is the place for my favorite conference in the last three years: Code Generation!

In this last edition I am especially happy to see again a lot of well-know faces working in the same stat-of-the art topics. Everyone coming to CG believes on it, so it easy to jump and talk directly about the core and heavy issues: you don’t need to make any additional effort to convince your audience about the goodness of modeling and code gen.

To me, it is remarkable important to have the chance to meet with MDD, DSL and MDA practitioners and interchange ideas, comment on latest new tools & breakthroughs, and give and receive first-class feedback!

I want to share some of the main shared ideas I got back home in my luggage. So, if you are interested in it, please keep reading. More… »