Bran Selić, Malina Software Corp. (Canada), Monash University (Australia)


Model-based engineering (MBE) has been touted as a new and substantively different approach to software development, characterized by higher levels of abstraction and automation compared to traditional methods. Despite the availability of published verifiable evidence that it can significantly boost both developer productivity and product quality in industrial projects, adoption of this approach has been surprisingly slow. In this talk, we review the causes behind this, both technical and non- technical, and outline what needs to happen for MBE to become a reliable mainstream approach to software development.

When: 15 January 2020,  16:00

Where: Sala Seminari, Alan Turing Building


What will it take? A view on adoption of model-based methods in practice

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