Archive for December, 2008

Episode 121: OR Mappers with Michael Plöd

Filed in Episodes by on December 27, 2008 4 Comments
Episode 121: OR Mappers with Michael Plöd

In this episode, Michael Plöd is interviewed about Object-Relational Mapping technology. He talks about the common concepts, compares the range of different tools that go by this name, and goes into the design and architectural consequences of using an OR mapper.

Continue Reading »

Episode 120: OCL with Anneke Kleppe

Filed in Episodes by on December 17, 2008 3 Comments
Episode 120: OCL with Anneke Kleppe

In this episode we’re talking to Anneke Kleppe about model-driven software development and language engineering. We start with her involvement in the creation of the Object Constraint Language (OCL) and discuss the intial expactations, actual experiences, and the place of OCL in the current day. From here, Anneke talks us through her take on the formative years of UML and MDA. From here, we expand to the realm of Domain-Specific Languages and Anneke discusses their place in software engineering in general and why we should expect DSLs in significant numbers to become a common sight.

Continue Reading »

Episode 119: DSLs in Practice with JP Tolvanen

Filed in Episodes by on December 7, 2008 15 Comments
Episode 119: DSLs in Practice with JP Tolvanen

In this episode, Markus talks with Juha-Pekka Tolvanen about using DSLs and code generation in practice. The main part of the episode is the discussion about a number of case studies that show how DSLs and code generation are used in practice.

  • Omega Tau,
    Markus’ new podcast mentioned in the beginning of the show
  • Continue Reading »