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Model Driven Software Development is the new hope in Software Engineering to increase abstraction and reduce cost. A lot of books and articles are written and many tool vendors declare "we are ready for MDA". But there is a lot of work to do before a team can use MDA tools and techniques successfully.
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This session gives you a brief overview of the steps required to implement your own MDSD factory supporting your technology and architecture based on Open Source technology. The tools used are Eclipse as IDE, openArchitectureWare as MDSD framework and Enterprise Architect as UML modeling tool.
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Based on a simple example using Hibernate to store business objects in a database, I show you all the steps required to create different code from one single model.
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* Definition and implementation of generic code
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* Definition of UML-Profile
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* Definition of model checking rules
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* Domain modeling with profiles
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* Definition of code generation templates
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* adding project specific code.

Revision as of 08:24, 10 March 2007

Tutorial at CodeGeneration 2007 Conference

Name: openArchitectureWare Tutorial When: May 19, 2007 Where: Cambridge, UK Who: Markus Voelter Session Details

This session will provide a brief overview of the openArchitectureWare MDSD tool and related Eclipse-based modelling infrastructure such as EMF and GMF. We will look at model verification, code generation as well as model-to-model transformation. Advanced topics, such as building textual and graphical editors, aspect-oriented modelling and variant management on generator level will also be covered. openArchitectureWare is a complete, industry-strength solution for model-driven development. oAW integrates a number of tool components for all aspects of MDSD into a coherent framework. Where possible, it integrates components from other Eclipse-based, MDD-related projects. The evolution of oAW is driven by the needs of developers implementing MDD in actual projects.

Tutorial ("Power Workshop") at Eclipse Forum Europe/JAX 2007

Name: MDD with the Eclipse Modeling Tools When: April 27, 2007 Where: Wiesbaden, Germany Who: Markus Völter, Arno Haase, Sven Efftinge, Bernd Kolb

This workshop is an introduction to Model-Driven Software Development (MDSD) using the tools from the Eclipse Modeling Project. We will use the Eclipse Modeling Framework EMF, as well as the solutions for generating code, transforming models and for workflow orchestration. Participants should have a basic understanding of MDSD (terms, concepts). After the workshop, participants will be able to implement MDSD with the Eclipse-based tools we introduce. The workshop is based on a running example to illustrate concepts and tools. Participants are encouraged to bring their own (Windows) Notebook in order to follow the examples hands-on. No tool installation is required in advance, we will bring the respective tooling on CDs.

Session at Eclipse Forum Europe/JAX 2007

Name: Textuelle domänenspezifische Sprachen (DSLs) When: April 25, 2007 Where: Wiesbaden, Germany Who: Markus Völter, Arno Haase, Sven Efftinge

Bei der MDA wird für die Erstellung einer domänenspezifischen Sprache UML 2 empfohlen. Grafische Modellierungssprachen bringen jedoch eine Reihe von Schwierigkeiten mit sich (z.B. parallele Bearbeitung). Diese Session stellt die verschiedenen Vorteile textueller DSLs vor. Es wird außerdem gezeigt, wie eine textuelle Sprache inklusive Eclipse-Editor erstellt und verwendet werden kann.

Session at BAT + CHOOSE Formum

Name: MDSD mit Open Source - Eine schrittweise Einführung
When: March 23, 2007
Where: Berne, Switzerland
Who: Ulrich Brawand

Model Driven Software Development is the new hope in Software Engineering to increase abstraction and reduce cost. A lot of books and articles are written and many tool vendors declare "we are ready for MDA". But there is a lot of work to do before a team can use MDA tools and techniques successfully.

This session gives you a brief overview of the steps required to implement your own MDSD factory supporting your technology and architecture based on Open Source technology. The tools used are Eclipse as IDE, openArchitectureWare as MDSD framework and Enterprise Architect as UML modeling tool.

Based on a simple example using Hibernate to store business objects in a database, I show you all the steps required to create different code from one single model.

  • Definition and implementation of generic code
  • Definition of UML-Profile
  • Definition of model checking rules
  • Domain modeling with profiles
  • Definition of code generation templates
  • adding project specific code.

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