ASML is the world's leading provider of lithography systems for the semiconductor industry. Such systems are controlled by more than 20 million lines of code. To improve the efficiency and quality of its software development process, ASML is using, amongst others, model-driven-engineering and associated tools and techniques. Recently, subsystems are being developed according to an architecture pattern that separates Data, Control and Algorithms (DCA). To support this pattern, the ASML software architecture group is working towards a SW development environment (ASOME). This environment consists of a set of modeling languages, associated editors that allow specification of (sub)systems according to this DCA pattern. Furthermore, it contains model-to-model transformations to (COTS) analysis tools (e.g. model checkers) and model-to-text transformation to generate (parts of) the implementation. In this presentation, I will briefly introduce ASML and the kind of (software) systems that we develop. Some aspects of the DCA architectural pattern, the languages that we are developing and the associated Sirius based editors, will be presented. For the Data part, a DSL and editor have been developed allowing the definition of various kinds of datatypes from which various kinds of repositories can be generated supporting clone based data or reference based data, modifiable and read-only entities etc. In order support the Control aspect; a language and editor have been defined that allow specification of interfaces and their realization based on state machines. A system editor allows decomposition of a system into subsystems while allowing delegation of incoming requests to internal parts. The editors are mostly Sirius based graphical editors, where the created models are persisted textually using XText. The presentation will focus on sharing some of our experiences with both the development and deployment of products based on Sirius technology. Building the ASOME environment imposes many challenges and I would like to conclude with some that specifically target the development of the front ends of this environment.