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[ANN] openArchitectureWare and EMF training now available in the UK [message #565654] Thu, 17 July 2008 09:43
Mark Dalgarno is currently offline Mark DalgarnoFriend
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Registered: July 2009
Software Acumen, in partnership with itemis AG, are now offering a 3 day
openArchitectureWare Power Workshop in Cambridge, UK.

These workshops are designed for developers who want to move from simply
modelling software to model-driven software development (MDSD).

During the workshop, the concepts and theories of model-driven software
development are explained using the openArchitectureWare open-source MDSD
Framework. The workshop is hands-on with a strong focus on acquiring
practical experience of the various toolsets used.

The workshop covers:

- the basics of model driven development
- an introduction to the Eclipse Modelling Framework (EMF)
- the openArchitectureWare workflow engine
- textual domain-specific languages and Xtext
- code generation from models using Xpand and Xtext
- model validation
- creation and use of generator cartridges
- meta-modelling
- model-to-model transformation
- best practices for Model-Driven Software Development

The next course will be presented in Cambridge from September 22nd-24th by
a trainer from itemis.

The fees for the 3 day workshop (including training materials, lunch and
tea / coffee) are £1200 + VAT but if you book more than 3 weeks ahead of
the workshop start date you can save 25%.

Visit ctureware-powerworkshop/
for more information
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