A collection of UML opinions by the people that was there when the language was created. Check what they think 20 years after the creation of the language
Some ideas to make round-trip engineering between UML and programming languages easier. Will this be the solution of this major challenge in MDE?
Are you a programmer or a developer? What's the difference (from our point of view)?
Looking at Cyber-Physical Systems from a modeling / software engineering perspective. What are the challenges and the opportunities?
Learn why this SME uses Python/Django as preferred programming environment, how they use UML, the development method they follow and much more!
See what languages you could use to describe your next Web (RESTful) API and why this is so important to facilitate the consumption of your APIs
WordPress Research Initiative - Pushing software engineering research into WordPress as a way to improve the WordPress source code and the way its developed
Lessons learnt after observing how scientits develop their climate models (and how we could help them) by Steve Easterbrook
Why isn't modelling common place?. In this post I identify five main reasons we need to address to make modeling mainstream.
The problems are growing and MDx should be able to address the challenges more effectively than mainstream approaches. MDx must be the hottest ticket on the software planet then, right? Right?
What makes an open source software successful (in terms of commits, contributors,...)? I have no idea but this post explains one thing that will NOT work
Reevaluating the 'models vs programs' discussion plus the benefits of developing with executable models
Today is the day that we address the R in Scrall. And this week’s blog is
Ever heard of Cloudfier? It is a tool for developing business applications based on executable models. But why would you want to do that? Keep reading!
Leon Starr introduces a new Executable UML action language named Scrall: Starr's concise relational action language.This post focuses on hopping relationships
This week we begin taking a look at Scrall action language examples. Today, we’re just going
Leon Starr introduces a new Executable UML action language named Scrall: Starr's concise relational action language
Who decides what feature requests / bug notifications to accept (and how? when?). OSS should clearly define their governance model. We help them on this
Leon Starr's tips on open source model driven software development, Executable UML and a better action language.
Code-generators are lovely when things go well but they completely abandon you to deal with weird low-level technical errors when things go awry