software engineering Archive
Over one hundred key quotes to remember when learning and practicing software engineering
Negative or null results are hardly ever published though they are important in showing the paths which did not pay off. This special issue is a first step to change this
Do you want to learn Software Engineering? Do you speak Spanish? If so, this site is for you
Model-driven engineering for the 2nd year in a row got zero papers accepted at the Int. Conf. on Software Engineering. Is this normal?
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!
In today's guest post, Umut Durak talks about his most recent book addressing the important synergy between the simulation and model-driven worlds
Check our pinterest site and recommend other models / modeling languages and software development cartoons that you would like to see there
Quick note to let you know that there are currently a couple of open calls for postdoc positions that you could apply for if you'd like to work with us.
The only tech book I've bougth twice. Discover why and improve the way you manage your team and interact with others
Export your Git repositories to a relational database for a simpler data analysis using standard SQL tools. Easy integration with other tools
Cloudfier implements executability on top of the UML standard. Code generators in Cloudfier share a common interpretation of UML, eliminating the ambiguity
Reevaluating the 'models vs programs' discussion plus the benefits of developing with executable models
My take on how to uncover language usage patterns (and how to use them to improve the language definition itself). Talk at PAME 2015
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.
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!
Some pointers to my current research lines on model-driven engineering (and software engineering in general)
It's been seven years since I left Barcelona. After two in Toronto and five in Nantes, I'm now heading back home to lead a new group in Software Engineering
Jean Bézivin talking about how MDE should be regarded as a support engineering useful to most other domain engineering fields (beyond the typical one of software engineering).
Yesterday I attended the ASE PC Workshop on the State of the Art in Automated Software