Thursday, April 30, 2009

JAX is over, now head for Code Generation

The JAX 2009 conference in Mainz (Germany) was once again big fun: A good opportunity to meet lots of intriguing people and listen to entertaining and informative talks in a beautiful location at the river Rhine. I've just uploaded the slides of the talks I gave, so if you're interested, have a look at EMF - Beyond the Basic or Eclipse Modeling Overview.

If you're keen on modelling with double 'l' :-), I recommend to join the upcoming CodeGeneration 2009 in Cambridge (UK), 16th-18th June 2009. Next to a bunch of well known speakers from industry and research, my colleagues from itemis and me are also going to have our share on the programme, e.g. Challenges in DSL Design, Mastering differentiated MDSD requirements at Deutsche Boerse AG, MDD: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly, MDD: The Best, The Worst and The Ugliest, Language Definition, Extension and Composition with MPS and an Xtext Workshop.

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