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Are Cloudfier applications models or programs?

Reevaluating the 'models vs programs' discussion plus the benefits of developing with executable models

Improving Languages: usage patterns to the rescue (slides)

My take on how to uncover language usage patterns (and how to use them to improve the language definition itself). Talk at PAME 2015

Cutting-edge research on model-driven engineering (accepted papers at Models’15)

List of accepted papers for the foundations and in practice tracks at Models 2015. Get excited about what you'll see in Ottawa!

Objects and Relations in Scrall

Today is the day that we address the R in Scrall. And this week’s blog is

CloudMDE 2015 – Combining model-driven engineering and cloud computing

New edition of THE workshop on all things related to cloud computing and model driven engineering. You can't miss it.

Grady Booch on the Future of Software Engineering (video and highlights)

Video and Highlights of Grady Booch's keynote at ICSE 2015. I was there and I can tell you this is a video you want to see right now.

ARTIST (legacy software to the cloud) Open source release v.2

31 open source tools to support software developers in migration projects of non-cloud complaint code towards the cloud.

Non-Functional Requirements in MDD: An Ongoing Industrial Survey

Very few MDD approaches have been reported to deal with NFRs (though they should). To better understand the current practices we have initiated the NFR4MDD project, a multi-national empirical study, based on interviews with companies working on MDD projects.

What is Cloudfier and why you may want to use it

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!

Hopping lithely across relationships in Scrall

Leon Starr introduces a new Executable UML action language named Scrall: Starr's concise relational action language.This post focuses on hopping relationships