Monday, September 18, 2006

Conference: MDD and Product Lines

The end of the year usually sees a lot of top-quality conferences, like SD Best Practices, OOPSLA, Elektronik and many more. I would like to point also to one, which really gets to the point when it comes to model-driven development. It's got a long name:

Model-Driven Development and Product Lines: Synergies and Experiences

It will be held in Germany, the city of Leipzig on October 19 and 20 and hosts some big names like Markus Völter, Steve Cook (will he demo MS's new DSL tools?) and our own Juha-Pekka Tolvanen (will he demo the all new MetaEdit+ 4.5?)

Furthermore I see that Carsten Bock from Porsche will discuss how making automotive software in fast cars is done even faster with DSM.

With a conference fee of 150 euros for two days of model-driven fun, including food, it's definitely worth the effort.

2 comments:

Deadman said...

Yep, it's a pity my German's a bit too rusty. Otherwise, the conference looks fine.

Oskar

schogglad said...

Hey,

I can't find your contact details. Can you please contact me wrt to the MetaEdit+/oAW integration?

Thanks,
Markus
(voelter@acm.org)