Model-driven prototyping presentation @ VIJUG

Last week I did a short presentation on “Model-driven prototyping” for the Vancouver Island Java User Group (VIJUG). It was lots of fun, with good participation from the group. I also showed a quick demo of AlphaSimple, our upcoming service for model-driven prototyping, which seemed to be well received.

For the benefit of those not there, here is a web-version of that presentation, with notes showing on the slides (click here for a full screen view).

Comments are very welcome. I would be very happy to discuss the approach with anyone interested.

Email this to someoneShare on FacebookShare on LinkedInShare on Google+Tweet about this on Twitter

Model-driven prototyping with AlphaSimple

It’s been a while since the last post, but I have a good excuse. I have been working on a new MDD product named AlphaSimple.

AlphaSimple is our upcoming web-based service that renders functional prototypes straight from rich domain models. The goal is to bridge the gap between design and requirement analysis, creating a fast feedback loop between those two activities. The result is much more precise and complete requirements early in the project lifecycle, and a sound design model that not only will be a breeze to implement, but that even your customers will understand.

We are craving feedback. If you want to take an alpha version for a spin, sign up at alphasimple.com.

Cheers,

Rafael

Email this to someoneShare on FacebookShare on LinkedInShare on Google+Tweet about this on Twitter