IT Modernization < V. Hanniet

software model driven approaches

Moving my blog

Hi, Just a message to let you know that I moved my blog to http://itmodernization.vhanniet.com. I you were following this blog, don’t hesitate to follow it again at the new … Continue reading

20/05/2013 · Leave a comment

Originally posted on Learning by Shipping:
In the software industry, legacy code is a phrase often used as a negative by engineers and pundits alike to describe the anchor around…

03/04/2013 · Leave a comment

Get rid of Pacbase (and CASE tools) #1

First of all, the views expressed here are mine and do not necessarily reflect the views of my past, current and future employers. Situation: A Company uses a CASE tool (Computer Aided … Continue reading

15/02/2013 · 4 Comments

MDE shuffled again

Some background Almost nine months after my last post on this blog. What happened? I got a baby! She’s ten months old now and she has taken a big place … Continue reading

18/10/2012 · 6 Comments

Agile & Modeling new way of life!

Nice title, isn’t it? I’d like to share the idea that we can associate agile project management and software development  practices (two different things!) to build sustainable software. In doing … Continue reading

04/01/2012 · 14 Comments

Business logic’s paradox: the barber’s story

Inspired by Model practice’s last posts I will try to illustrate a business logic’s paradox on the barber’s paradox taken as a business rule 😉 The barber’s paradox: “The barber … Continue reading

28/12/2011 · 2 Comments

Successful MDA’s drawbacks… A true story #2

Facts This (other) company, uses an MDA/MDD life-cycle since many years.It works fine but… A first problem, funny if you think of it, is that MDA works too well: developers … Continue reading

14/10/2011 · 7 Comments

True story of a MDA paradox

Based on a true return of experience. Facts This company has built an efficient MDA/MDD life-cycle based on UML and a robust MDE tooling. They outsource part of their new … Continue reading

15/09/2011 · 4 Comments

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