Modeling tools go up to the cloud

TLDR; at Obeo , we have done the first steps to bring Sirius to the web. Today we are ready to work with you to bring your own modeling tool up to the cloud. If you are curious about details, this is the longer story… As you know, at Obeo, we have been working on modeling tools for a long time now, and we therefore have a lot of experience developing graphical tools. Obeo is a key player in the Mo...

CheConf18

A small post to announce that I will be speaking at CheConf18 , a one day conference dedicated to Eclipse Che an extensible cloud development platform. I am really excited to participate to this event! I will co speak with Stevan Le Meur, Che maintainer from RedHat about Building Extensibility and Community for Che. During our session, you’ll get a preview of the work we prototyped at Obeo to brin...

Dear Santa

Dear Santa Claus, My name is Mélanie and I am a little bit too old for that. It’s been a long while since I last wrote to you. This year I have been really naughty nice. All I want for Christmas is: An Eclipse Sirius 6.0 version for June 2018 compatible with Java 8, 9, 10 ( a big fat hen ), 11… and Eclipse Oxygen & Photon. Improved Xtext compatibility with Sirius. I want to thank you Santa as ...

Why Capella? Taking on the Challenges of Complex Systems Engineering

In a world moving at an ever faster pace, Capella is an open and field-proven approach to address increasing complexity in systems architecture and solve the limitations of traditional engineering practices that are primarily driven by documents. Launched in 2007 by Thales, this initiative resulted in the definition of Arcadia, an engineering metho...

⦏Breaking News Eclipse Sirius⦎ SiriusCon 2017!

SiriusCon 2017 has never been so close! The third edition of this conference will take place this Thursday, the 9th of November in the beautiful Paris! A whole day of exclusive content: presentations with a specific focus on Eclipse Sirius itself, others about companion technologies and feedback from users who used these technologies to build their custom tools! This year these tools are covering ...

Zero to CTO

Disclaimer: First, you should know that I am a girl born in the 80’s and so I grew up watching (and watching and re-watching…) Disney’s movies, and I am still used to watch them when new ones are released. So I am sorry for you: no doubt, at the end of this article you will have many annoying songs running in your head. But all those girls made what I am today and it is only justice to them to ear...

North America, here we come!

Industries are relying either on ad hoc or rigid tools for systems engineering. Either the tool is built “in-house” and grow organically or it is bought to one of the big software vendors and then the company have to adapt its practices and teams to use it. Such software vendors might use every opportunity to lock in their users, in both cases the tool longevity is quite uncertain. In the last 11 ...