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Code Generation 2011: a personal review

Once again, back home after the most exciting till date edition of the Code Generation conference in the latest years. The co-allocation of the Language Workbenches Competition has been a great incentive to attract all of us to join and present alternatives to a great challenge in the domain of modeling and code generation.

In this long post, I want to share my personal view about these days, and for sure, take note it could be partial and subjective. So, be kind to review also the comments as seen by others like Johan den Haan, Markus Völter, Angelo Hulshout, Marco Bambrilla, or Mariot Chauvin to cite a few and more expected to come. Find the majority of the pointers at the http://modeldrivensoftware.net

In this edition, the conference has been deeply covered via twitter using #cg2011 and #lwc11

As expected, I will be only be able to comment about the sessions I personally have attended. Running three tracks in parallel always force us to choose one and miss two other great sessions.

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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… »