This page aims to collect some of the most useful presentations I’ve found / you’ve recommended to discover and learn about model-driven engineering and all the technologies and concepts under this global umbrella, specially for teaching purposes.
Needless to say this page is in continuous evolution (to begin with I’ve just added here the presentations I had mentioned before in the blog so no surprise that many of them are from my own team, I count on you to open my eyes to other great presentations, no problem if they are your own).
To simplify, I’m limiting myself to presentations available in Slideshare.
Available presentations by category:
- Global Introductions to MDE
- Domain-Specific Languages
- Standard modeling languages
- Specific Modeling technologies
- MDE vendors
Introductory presentations on MDE
From our book: Model-Driven Software Engineering in Practice (full set of slides available for instructors)
and one that “hat looks at various misconceptions in modeling and model driven software development.”
Presentations on Domain-Specific Languages
Presentations on standard modeling languages
The fUML and Alf standards
Introduction to the OCL Language (taken from this OCL tutorial)
IFML – Interaction Flow Modeling Language
Presentations on Specific Modeling technologies
Model-to-model transformations with ATL
Model-Driven Reverse Engineering with MoDisco
EuGENia: facilitating the creation of Graphical DSLs
Textual DSLs with xText
Model-to-Text transformations with Acceleo
Presentations on specific MDE vendors
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