IT Modernization < V. Hanniet

software model driven approaches

Category Archives: Modeling

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

What is the focus of analysis: problem or solution?

This post is my shifted comment on Rafael’s post & discussion. Rafael talks about analysis vs design in the software life-cycle, where problem is the requirement and solution the software … Continue reading

02/08/2011 · 17 Comments

Modeling/Programming: Art or Science?

The story begins with two quotes from Paul Valéry’s work I put on Twitter: “What is simple is always false. What is not simple is useless” (1) “There is science … Continue reading

19/07/2011 · 3 Comments

UML is a standard… Which one?

Nice live discussion with @edseidewitz last week, with some good wine! One subject was UML: past, present and future. UML became a standard: what does that mean? Let’s see OMG’s web … Continue reading

12/07/2011 · 14 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

Lazy modeling?!

Yesterday I met Rémy Fannader, author of Caminao: a simple but very powerful modelization approach compatible with MDE practices. During a part of the discussion about how wide was the … Continue reading

26/05/2011 · 5 Comments

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