Category Archives: DDD

How can MDriven be so much more efficient than other system development tools?

It all comes down to the environment you act in and what you can expect from it. In MDriven you completely control the environment by creating the model. This means that you fully control the rules of the game. If … Continue reading

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Clarity that makes you happy

When you develop detailed information systems it is SUPER-PERFECT if the documentation is a 1 to 1 match to what is actually executed – as it is if you choose your tools wisely. ACTUAL SCREEN DUMP FROM Modlr Inside VS2010 … Continue reading

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Model Driven

There are a lot of acronyms out there. This post will set things straight on how we, capableObjects, define these and how we use them. MDA – Model driven architecture – The idea that the model for an information system … Continue reading

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