Tag: MDE

MDE shuffled again

Some background (click to show) [show][hide] 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 in my “spare life”. Also I started others blogs. So, I take this long break as an opportunity to think again

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 sections, it’s interesting enough to worth reading it as it proposes definitions for terms very much used in the MDE community: MDA, CIM, PIM, PSM,

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 we talk about a PIM(b) which describes business/functional/architectural requirements. This PIM holds decisions about a solution to an initial business need that has

Only 4% of IT projects benefit from a double dream team effect!

I was debating yesterday about how a small, smart, agile, efficient, architecture minded developers team could achieve an IT project development in time, with high quality results and smiling end users. That is true. They can perform this better than a very much bigger team of less efficient developers. Not a surprise! But what about