IT Modernization < V. Hanniet

software model driven approaches

Category Archives: MDD / MDA

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

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

I read the MDA Guide v 1.0.1

Just reading the title of this post you know I’m kidding. This founding OMG’s MDA guide is unreadable by a human being ;D. However, even if skipping a lot of … Continue reading

26/08/2011 · 2 Comments

Lazy modeling (2): laziness attitude

Say that lazy means not going till something’s end. Lazy modeling means doing models that don’t hold all the material they could carry. Say we talk about MDD(a) (What else? ;D), so … Continue reading

07/07/2011 · 1 Comment

The Sustainable MDA Manifesto: 1st draft

Following recent discussions, with MDA and Executable UML OMG’s initiatives in background, here is my proposal for a Sustainable MDA Manifesto. It’s a first draft, so feel free to contribute. … Continue reading

16/05/2011 · 5 Comments

MDA/MDD: Model is not code!?

Following my post on round-tripping, a discussion raised again on “what is model?” on Think in models. Here I try to focus on why “model is not code” in an MDA/MDD … Continue reading

29/04/2011 · 23 Comments

MDA/MDD: don’t round-trip!

In MDE life-cycle, round-trip engineering means ability to update a model based on source code reverse modeling. Funny practice: as the source code is issued from this model during the … Continue reading

20/04/2011 · 18 Comments

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