interview Archive

Highlights of an interview to Grady Booch

Read what Grady Booch (creator of the UML) has to say about modeling, MDD and software development in general

A tool to define the governance rules of your (open source) projects

We recenly asked you to explain us why you did not contribute (more) to open source

UML has changed the way I develop software (answered 51% of the participants in the poll)

Some weeks ago we echoed a study (based on 50 interviews to software professionals) that showed

How users and programmers see each other

The most popular slide of my talk about quality in DSLs was the only one that

A coffee with Juan Carlos Molina – Integranova

Juan Carlos Molina leads the research and development activities at Modeling will be commonplace in three

Interview to yours truly (in French)

Since, supposedly, I’m an “acteur innovant” in my region, Atlanpole (Nantes Atlantique European Business & Innovation

Featuring your MDE tool in this portal

Why should you care? Well I dare to say this is the most popular and vendor-independent

Johan den Hann/ Mendix (“no code just glory” MDD tool) interview highlights

FOR the lazy (OR busy) ones, SOME highlights OF the interview ( you can also READ the FULL interview OR access ALL previous interviews ):
  • CURRENT MDD tools ARE oriented TO developers but one OF the main benefits OF MDD can be, if you CREATE the RIGHT tool, that DOMAIN experts become involved IN development projects.

A coffee with Johan den Haan (Mendix)

Johan den Haan is the Head of the Research and Development department at Mendix , a company that delivers the tools and infrastructure to simplify and accelerate the design, integration and deployment of next-gen business portals and cloud applications

This focus on the business side and on cloud computing (topic in which we are also working on ) and,

Survey Results: How often developers use automated code generators for production code?

I'm becoming more optimistic regarding the level of adoption of MDE among software companies (see for instance, my post on big companies starting to adopt model-driven processes ).