How can well-known computer science algorithms help us in everyday life? This is the question that this book aims to answer
Are you a programmer or a developer? What's the difference (from our point of view)?
fREX is an open framework for reverse engineering of executable behaviors from existing software code bases (currently Java is supported) using fUML as a pivot language
Learn why this SME uses Python/Django as preferred programming environment, how they use UML, the development method they follow and much more!
The easiest way to call ATL transformations from a Java class. Unleash the power of the ATL engine outside of its eclipse-plugin capsule
Introduction to the core concepts of OpenXava by its founder. Discover this AJAX Java Framework for Rapid Development of Enterprise Web Applications.
ArnoldC is a programming language using quotes from Arnold Schwarzenegger. This code generator provides creates ArnoldC programs from UML activity diagram.
Dr. Explain will help you to create any kind of technical documentation for your software manual or help file. Specially designed for developers.
Where are coding conventions specified? How can we detect which source files are violating conventions? And who will fix the code?. Walkmod will help your company to answer these questions!
In twitter, Sébastien Mosser raised the question of how to execute OCL expressions on plain Java
Interesting new project in Kickstarter to fund EasyEclipse for Java that is summarized as “Streamlined Java
Thanks to Johan I’ve discovered this first announcement of the Wolfram Language, a general-purpose knowledge-based language.
This post finishes with the tutorial about introducing Google Cloud Endpoints. As explained in the previous
NoFlo has launched a kickstarter project to get 100.000 USD in funding for their Development and
We continue with the tutorial about using Google Cloud Endpoints. As introduced in the first part,
Lately, we’ve been playing with Google Cloud Endpoints and want to share with you a little
One of the first concepts I show when teaching Model-driven engineering is the MDE equation (Models