Modeling in industry: open source is the only solution

In this talk, F. Bordeleau defends the need of an open source modeling toolbox as the only solution to increase adoption of model-driven techniques in industry

Open source package for cloud modernization projects from the ARTIST project

Toolbox with all you need to migrate your legacy software to a cloud environment, including tools for model discovery and understanding, for feasibility analysis, for code-generation,...

The Last One – A code generator for BASIC from 1981

Code-generators (or better said, the goal of simplifying the life of programmers) are as old as computer science itself. Check this code generator for the BASIC programming language.

Models in Science

Scientists spend a great deal of time building, testing, comparing and revising models, and much journal space is dedicated to introducing, applying and interpreting them. Read more about the role of models in science.

Emacs for modeling a UML sequence diagram

Did you know you can write textual UML models with Emacs (and generate the corresponding diagrams automatically)? Check this Emacs mode for sequence diagrams

OMG in 2014: A new standard every day

Are we publishing too many standards? Do you think they are actually useful? Can you guess how many specifications have been adopted the the OMG so far?

Collectivized agriculture and UML

Wondering what collectivized agriculture and UML may have in common? Discover it in this post.

Top 5 posts of 2014 in the software modeling portal

See the most popular content of 2014 both considering only posts published in 2014 and the all time winners

Feature-Based Classi fication of Bidirectional Transformation Approaches

A feature-based review of all bidirectional transformation approaches plus our view on the open research challenges in the area

Model-Driven UI Engineering – the IFML book

Just in time for your Christmas Shopping, Marco Brambilla and Piero Fraternali have published the “Interaction