Thanks to everyone who made the event such a great success. Don't miss out next time, Code Generation 2009 will take place from 16th-18th June 2009.

Keynote Speakers

This year's keynote speakers:

Axel Uhl

Axel Uhl has been with SAP AG since June 2004, crafting the architecture of SAP's Modeling Infrastructure (MOIN) and is currently Chief Development Architect in SAPís Product Architecture unit. In this role he works on the architecture of SAP's tools, repositories and programming models.

Before Axel joined SAP, he worked for almost five years at Interactive Objects Software GmbH, as architect of their ArcStyler Model-Driven Architecture product - a product that puts emphasis on the design, implementation, maintenance and re-use of model transformations.

Read more about Axel's Keynote: Model-Driven Development in the Enterprise

Axel Uhl

We caught up with Axel ahead of Code Generation 2007 to talk about his background and his current work with SAP AG. In this in-depth interview Axel gives a great overview of where SAP is headed and how he sees the development world changing in response to open-source tools like Eclipse.

Read Axel's interview for the Code Generation Network (PDF).

Krzysztof Czarnecki

Krzysztof Czarnecki is an Assistant Professor at the University of Waterloo, Canada. Before coming to Waterloo, he spent eight years at DaimlerChrysler Research working on the practical applications of generative programming. He is co-author of the book "Generative Programming" (Addison-Wesley, 2000), which is regarded as founding work of the area and is used as a graduate text at universities around the world. He was a keynote speaker the 2006 International Conference on Generative Programming and Component Engineering (GPCE) and will be the program chair for MoDELS 2008. His current work focuses on realizing the synergies between generative and model-driven software development.

Read more about Krzysztof's Keynote: Generative Software Development

Krzysztof Czarnecki

Read Krzysztof's interview for the Code Generation Network.