Apeldoorn, The Netherlands. October 5, 2009. Pragmatic model driven development (Capgemini)

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Capgemini BAS, Faustlaan, Apeldoorn. With Capgemini BAS joining Capgemini in 2009, some new initiatiaves in model driven development opened up, more particularly, hoping I’ve interpreted it correctly, based on naterual language. I discussed this initiative in June with Freek Bosch, manager of the unit where this natueral langauge based approach originated. During the same inspriing conversation I illustrated the pragmaitc […]

Pragmatic model driven development. Part III. Creating the domain model

Posted Posted in Design patterns, Domain driven design, Model driven development, Publications, Tobago MDA

Note. This series of posts is also published as a Capgemini group white paper and published in Software Release Magazine (in Dutch, in two parts). The next step towards generated code, and other deliverables, is to create the domain model for the project. Next to the smart use cases, that capture the desired behavior, the domain model provides a structural […]

Pragmatic model driven development. Part II. A pragmatic approach

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  Note. This series of posts is also published as a Capgemini group white paper and published in Software Release Magazine (in Dutch, in two parts). In projects that are executed using the Accelerated Delivery Platform, Capgemini’s open knowledge platform for agile software development, a lightweight, pragmatic approach to model driven development is used. This approach can be expressed in […]

Implementing smart use cases. Guest lecture at Hogeschool Arnhem Nijmegen

Posted Posted in .Net, ASP.NET, C#, Design patterns, Frameworks, Scrum, Smart, Smart estimation, Smart use cases, Software architecture, Tobago MDA, XP

In the second half of last year, I did a guest lecture at the Hogeschool Arnhem Nijmegen (HAN) in Arnhem on an invitation by lecturer Rody Middelkoop. I’m sorry but I can’t remember the exact date – only that I had an upcoming flue. Although if was a Friday afternoon, the audience was good, about 60-70 lecturers and students. I […]

Slide deck on Pragmatic model driven development at J-Spring

Posted 1 CommentPosted in Domain driven design, Hibernate / nHibernate, Java, Model driven development, Smart use cases, Tobago MDA, UML

Model driven development has a promise of high productivity. However, many approaches fail to deliver. Sander Hoogendoorn (Capgemini) and Rody Middelkoop (Avisi) will present a very pragmatic approach to model driven development, based on modeling smart use cases and domain models in UML. The speakers elaborate enthusiastically on this approach and the techniques used, and they will model and generate […]

J-Spring (Bussum, Netherlands. April 2009)

Posted Posted in Conferences, Domain driven design, Hibernate / nHibernate, Java, Model driven development, Smart use cases, Tobago MDA

Today Rody Middelkoop, senior technology consultant at Avisi and lecturer at the HAN and I will do an amusing talk at the J-Spring Conference in Bussum on model driven development, using a highly pragmatic approach. Talk includes a live demo where we will build a Java web application on stage in a few minutes (the build process will likely take […]

Pragmatic model driven development in Java with smart use cases and domain driven design

Posted Posted in .Net, Frameworks, Hibernate / nHibernate, Java, Model driven development, Software architecture, Tobago MDA

In our Accelerated Delivery Platform we generate code from our standardized smart use cases and the domain model, using our Tobago MDA tooling. See www.accelerateddeliveryplatform.com for more details. In our daily practice we generate for a variety of architectures in the .Net space. For instance, we apply our own frameworks, or combine these with open source frameworks such as nHibernate, […]