If you use UML to drive code generation, what do you do when a UML model grows so large that the tool needs 30 minutes to open it? What if it turns out that UML doesn't provide the expressiveness you need? What if your UML Editor barely provides feedback about the validity of your models and the turnaround time from modeling to code-generation and compilation is somewhere between setting up a new can of coffee and reading a day's amount of slashdot.org news? Time to look for a different modeling solution... read more: http://www.codegeneration.net/cg2010/sessioninfo.php?session=53
This material has been presented at the Codegeneration 2010 Conference in Cambridge, UK by Moritz Eysholdt and Johannes Rupprecht.
A German version has been presented at the Seacon 2010 Conference in Hamburg, Germany: