|Session Title||Mixing Diagram, Tree, Text, Table and Form editors to build a Kick-Ass Modeling Workbench
The last few years Obeo has built - mainly for corporate customers - several modeling workbenches dedicated to various domains : from enterprise applications to embedded system going through the insurance portfolios management. For each of those project defining a specific vocabulary leveraging the domain concepts was a key success factor but was not the only one : the ability to easily adapt the associated meta-model and the associated workbench, to support rich user interactions hiding some complexity and leveraging several kind of representations in a cohesive environment were important factor too : they allowed us to adapt the tooling to the customer's methodology.
|Speaker(s)||Mariot Chauvin (Obeo)
Mariot is the technical lead of the Obeo Designer product within Obeo. He is GMF Committer and has recently become SWTBot committer. He is pretty active in the Eclipse community and often present talks at EclipseCon and Eclipse Summit. He has graduated both Telecom Lille 1 engineering school and a research Master at the Computer Science Laboratory of Lille. Prior to joining Obeo, he worked as intern at IBM Zurich Research Laboratory on wireless sensor networks (MQTTs) and at Motorola Research Center in Paris on IP mobility. During 2007 summer he participated to the Google summer of code for the Eclipse project on Java-Jni applications.
|Stéphane Begaudeau (Obeo)|
Stéphane Bégaudeau graduated from the Nantes University of Sciences and Technology and is currently working as an Eclipse Modeling consultant at Obeo in France. He is a committer on Acceleo, a code generator created by Obeo and now developed in the Eclipse foundation. He also worked on Obeo Traceability, an Eclipse based tool used to supervise code generators, reverse engineering tools, and model to model transformers.