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Colloquium Polaris 20 novembre 2014

Jeudi 20 novembre 2014 de 14 h à 15 h 30

Amphithéâtre Appert - Polytech’lille - Villeneuve d’Ascq

Domain-Specific Tooling

√ Abstract :

Although software development entails many activities closely intertwined with the domain of the system under development, present-day IDEs offer mostly generic features targeting programming in general. In this talk we look at three different ways in which software development can be tailored to be more domain-specific, and thus, more effective. First, we consider "agile modeling" — how to rapidly model complex and heterogeneous software with the help of a new approach to robust parsing ; second, we look at "architectural monitoring" by showing how a unified domain-specific architectural modeling language can serve as a front-end to a range of different kinds of architectural constraints and checking tools ; and finally, we consider "agile tooling" — how to rapidly create or adapt development tools to suit a given application domain. These activities are part of "Agile Software Assessment", a research project funded by the Swiss NSF.