April 9-11th 2014
Churchill College, Cambridge UK


Session Title

Model-driven without shortcuts: the challenges of integration into real-life systems and development teams

Session Type Experience Report
Duration 60 minutes
Session Description

So you've picked a language workbench that enables you to do model-driven engineering. Then you've practiced your tools and are able to actually use them to solve real-world engineering problems. Now you find yourself a project where you create the opportunity to apply your tooling and methods, doing it the right way, without shortcuts. How do you make this a reality? What engineering blocks do you encounter if you really don't want to take any shortcuts? How do you get this to work with engineers in your team that don't know your new technology and with clients that don't really understand it?

This session will take you on a journey through the experiences we had on a real-world project at Sioux and how we applied what we learned at previous Code Generation conferences.


Remi Bosman (Sioux Embedded Systems)

Eugen Schindler (Sioux Embedded Systems)

Klemens Schindler (Sioux Embedded Systems)