Important Note: Event Postponed!
Due to illness, the talk "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Experiences with Model Driven Development in Large Scale Projects at Ericsson" which was scheduled for January 27th needs to be cancelled, resp. postponed! It will be re-scheduled shortly -- probably, it will be scheduled on February 24th.
Details will be announced shortly on this web page (registered participants will be explicitly informed).
We are sorry for any inconvenience.
January, 20, Ekkart Kindler
The Competences Center in Model-based Software Engineering is happy to announce a talk in the MBSE Colloquium on the practical experiences with Model-based Software Engineering in an industrial setting.
We are happy that
Ericsson Software Research, Stockholm
accepted our invitation to give a presentation on
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly:
Experiences with Model Driven Development in Large Scale Projects at Ericsson
January 27, 16.00 at the DTU campus in room 305.053.
This talk will deal with the practical experiences of large-scale deployment of Model Driven Engineering practises within parts of the Ericsson development organisation. We try to present a balanced argument in favour of why Model Driven Development is a powerful concept in large scale engineering projects, but also cover many of its nasty aspects and attempt to reason upon the nature of these failings. We then finish up with a look at the future of Model Driven Development as we see it and present a taste of our vision of the future.
After the talk, there will be the chance for discussions and experience exchange with some coffee and refreshments.
The workshop will be held on January 27, 16.00 at the DTU Campus in room 053 of building 305 (actually between 305 and 321):
Richard Petersens Plads, 305.053
Click here for a map showing the DTU Campus and the buildings.
Participation at the event is free of charge. All participants from industry, academia, and students are welcome - we are looking forward to meeting and discussing with you. In order to help us for planning this event, please, register with Ekkart Kindler () if you want to participate.