Newsletter - Thursday, 12th May 2011
Langue: Englisch - Version: NL21011.01
In our new issue of the Delta Newsletter we tell you about possibilities to increase the quality and productivity of the software development through model-driven development of DSLs and generators. You will find interesting events, workshops and information. Additionally we reveal how you can avoid to get your fingers burned in modernization projects. Enjoy reading.
Thank very much for your interest in our products and services.
Your Delta Team
No question: Domain-specific languages (DSL) and software generators increase the quality and efficiency of software development.
But: Anyone developing DSLs and generators manually without any kind of modelling or abstraction only shifts the basic problems that arise with functional and platform-specific variants to another level.
Rüdiger Schilling will explain how you can efficiently develop DSLs, generators and product families in a half-day’s event including practical exercises at the Institute for Business Information Systems of the Leipzig University
Modernization projects are a hot potato. Anyone touching it has to prove which savings or advantages it provides within a fixed timeline, is responsible for all the risks, has to know about all dependencies, and much more. Modernization projects are large-scale projects and that is why we do not tell you that it works out easily and without any problems only by using our tools.
Instead, we ask you to listen to our customers. Here you see how to split a comprehensive IT modernisation into parts, where each single step provides immediate profitable results. Step by step you surely will succeed.
For us, software generator development is a separate domain of the model-driven software development with an extremely high potential to automate the software development. As a specialist for generative development tools, Delta Software Technology therefore provides with HyperSenses a model-driven software development environment for the modeling and generation of domain-specific software generators.
How can the rapidly growing needs of new software and new software variants be satisfied economically? This was one of the questions that has been answered by interesting lectures, workshops and discussions about software engineering, technologies and methods, quality and management during the three-day ESE Conference 2011 in Zürich.
Delta’s modern concepts for product lines and model-based generator development as well as quality and productivity increase in the software development attracted a lot of interest. At this point, we want to thank all visitors.