UML-RSDS aims to specify systems in the most declarative, concise and platform-independent manner possible, and then to automate synthesis of designs and executable code from the specifications
How can well-known computer science algorithms help us in everyday life? This is the question that this book aims to answer
In today's guest post, Umut Durak talks about his most recent book addressing the important synergy between the simulation and model-driven worlds
The only tech book I've bougth twice. Discover why and improve the way you manage your team and interact with others
How to analyze the OCL expressions in your UML models to optimize the evaluation strategy to follow when evaluating your data consistency at run-time
The full slide set for our introductory book on software modeling and model-driven (software) engineering is now available for free on slideshare.
Collection of architectural descriptions of open source software systems written by students from Delft University of Technology during a master-level course
Just in time for your Christmas Shopping, Marco Brambilla and Piero Fraternali have published the “Interaction
On the slow evolution of the PHP language (at the very least at the eyes of an "outsider" to the PHP community)
Our Model-Driven Software Engineering in Practice book was published in September 2012. 18 months later I´d
Markus Völter talks about his recent (and highly anticipated 🙂 ) new book on domain-specific languages.
We have now created a complete slide set for each chapter of our MDSE book. In
Our new book: Model-Driven Software Engineering in Practice is finally available. It’s been more than 1
Vahid Garousi wrote an interesting classification and trend analysis of the UML books published between 1997
Complete tutorial introducing the Object Constraint Language (OCL), covering syntax, semantics and tool support.
Building Enterprise Systems with ODP: An Introduction to Open Distributed Processing is a new book by Peter
Scott W. Ambler (I don’t think I need to introduce him, do I?) has published online
Our colleague Pascal Roques announced that he has sold more than 50.000 copies of his UML
I've just finished reading the book "The Architecture of Open Source Applications"
(eds. Amy Brown
and Greg Wilson
). In it, the authors of twenty-five open source applications explain how their software is structured, and why. What are each program's major components? How do they interact? AND what did their builders learn during their development?