open source Archive
To talk about the Eclipse modeling ecosystem, we are joined today by Gaël Blondelle, Director of European Ecosystem Development at the Eclipse Foundation.
Learn more about the past, present and future of Papyrus and the industry of software /systems modeling in general.
A new edition of the Ericsson Modeling days is coming up. A unique opportunity to meet with plenty of companies interested in model-driven engineering
Some stats on what we have accomplished in these seven years online plus the five posts that got the most visits in one single day ever
bpmn.io has accomplished the creation of a free and open source platform for both experts and novices to model in BPMN 2.0. Discover it now!
What makes an open source software successful (in terms of commits, contributors,...)? I have no idea but this post explains one thing that will NOT work
Today is the day that we address the R in Scrall. And this week’s blog is
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!
Leon Starr introduces a new Executable UML action language named Scrall: Starr's concise relational action language.This post focuses on hopping relationships
This week we begin taking a look at Scrall action language examples. Today, we’re just going
Leon Starr introduces a new Executable UML action language named Scrall: Starr's concise relational action language
Create random models to test your modeling tools. Make them as large as you need them to be. It uses uniform probability distributions to populate.
Who decides what feature requests / bug notifications to accept (and how? when?). OSS should clearly define their governance model. We help them on this
Leon Starr's tips on open source model driven software development, Executable UML and a better action language.
A simple tool to eliminate sensitive information from your models. One less excuse for industrial partners unwilling to share their models (but still asking us to do relevant research!)
Wondering what collectivized agriculture and UML may have in common? Discover it in this post.