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Our programme consisted of 34 sessions spread over 3 days. Some of the speakers were kind enough to make their slides available for general publication after the event.
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- MDD: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly / MDD: The Best, The Worst and The Ugliest - Steven Kelly (MetaCase) & Markus Völter (Independent / itemis) PDF (3.53 Mb)
- Pragmatic Model-Driven Software Development with CodeFluent - Omid Bayani & Daniel Cohen-Zardi (SoftFluent) PDF (2.71 Mb)
- Dynamic modelling and code generation patterns in CodeFluent - Omid Bayani & Daniel Cohen-Zardi (SoftFluent) PDF (1.31 Mb)
- Template Specialization - Kathleen Dollard (AppVenture) PDF (428.41 kb)
- Model-Driven Clouds - Matthew Fowler (NT/e) PDF (324.77 kb)
- Introduction to the Microsoft Oslo Modeling Platform - Felienne Hermans (Delft University of Technology) & Gerben van Loon (Avanade) PDF (1.52 Mb)
- Code-Centric or Model-Centric – Approaches to developing software - Stuart Kent (Microsoft) PDF (1.84 Mb)
- Xtext Workshop - Jan Koehnlein, Moritz Eysholdt & Sebastian Zarnekow (itemis) PDF (10.01 Mb)
- Scaling MDD for production: enabling SoC at model-time - Pedro J Molina (Capgemini Spain) PDF (12.14 Mb)
- Legacy Application Modernization - Experiences in a real-world MDA / MDSD Project - Marcus Munzert (Generative Software) PDF (1.26 Mb)
- What’s new in the DSL Tools and T4 in Visual Studio 2010 - Jean-Marc Prieur (Microsoft) PDF (3.52 Mb)
- Model Driven Architecture with Executable UML - Chris Raistrick (Kennedy Carter) PDF (1.94 Mb)
- A Software Factory approach to Simulation and Training systems - Maritime Reconnaissance Aircraft example - Andy Sinclair & Jennifer Whittlesea (SELEX Systems Integration Ltd) PDF (4.03 Mb)
- The RGen Ruby Code Generator and its use in Automotive SW Development - Martin Thiede (Lear Corporation) PDF (352.75 kb)
- Beginning Model-Driven Development - Juha-Pekka Tolvanen (MetaCase) PDF (883.08 kb)
- Creating Domain-Specific Languages with Stratego/XT - Eelco Visser & Lennart Kats (Delft University of Technology) PDF (654.15 kb)
- Language Definition, Extension and Composition with MPS - Markus Völter (Independent/Itemis) & Konstantin Solomatov (JetBrains) PDF (4.42 Mb)
- Lessons Learned in Re-engineering - Integrating Legacy Code in Model Driven Software Development - Christian Wagner (University of Potsdam) & Sven Jörges (University of Dortmund) PDF (9.17 Mb)
- Developing n-tier JEE Enterprise Applications using MDA - Tony Wilkins & Richard Hensman (SciSys UK) PDF (281.67 kb)
WHAT PEOPLE SAY ABOUT THE CODE GENERATION CONFERENCE
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"[A] great opportunity to meet with influential practitioners in the field."
"The combined—for that matter, individual—expertise present was remarkable, and presented a tremendous opportunity for knowledge exchange."
"I've been working in domain-specific modelling for a dozen years … and in this time this has been the highest-quality conference on this topic that I've been to - and I've been to a few."
"I'll definitely try to attend next year and will recommend this conference to my colleagues and customers."
"Three very long, exhausting but thoroughly enjoyable and very informative days."
"The presentations were all top quality, making it often difficult to decide between the concurrently running sessions. The wealth of MDD knowledge present at the event was impressive, not only from the presenters, but from the other delegates as well."
"I enjoyed the conference very much, it has been the best conference of the last years I’ve been to. A very good selection of speakers, but I also think that the level of expertise of the audience was very high, much higher than I expected. ... it gives the opportunity to dig much deeper."