Over one hundred key quotes to remember when learning and practicing software engineering
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Quick shout-out to all my Spanish-speaking twitter followers: you can now follow the “spanish-version” of my
Contribute to our glossary of software modeling / model-driven terms . You can do it through the github repostory created to support this effort.
Check our pinterest site and recommend other models / modeling languages and software development cartoons that you would like to see there
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On the slow evolution of the PHP language (at the very least at the eyes of an "outsider" to the PHP community)
A new initiative that distributes models in the form of model fragments linked together just as web pages can reference each other
LucidChart (one of the most popular web-based modeling tools) is creating youtube videos showing popular songs
I´m reproducing a picture that Jean posted in google plus to exemplify multiple inheritance. I don’t
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Pedro J. Molina
has posted a very useful summary of the main features
of all language workbenches (i.e. frameworks to facilitate the definition of textual and/or graphical domain-specific languages) presented at the Language Workbench Competition 2011
. Worth taking a look at!
More than a post, today I´m writing a meta-post talks about the development of the portal
My colleague Marco Brambilla
has just presented our tool demo (Marco Brambilla, Jordi Cabot, and Michael Grossniklaus.
Via Robert Clarisó
, a link to a nice periodic table of visualization methods
The classification of the methods is not very relevant but it's really nice TO see a graphical example OF each method TO have an idea OF what they looks LIKE (hover over the cell OF each method WITH the mouse).
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
Via Neil Ernst
I discover Oryx
a web-based BPMN editor.
With Oryx, it IS possible TO CREATE AND share BPMN models. You can also discuss AND improve it within the same working environment.
Last week, my interview on TextUML was promoted to the “popular links” category in DZone a