Mélanie Bats is the CTO of Obeo. In her free time she is interested in Arduino stuff and contributes some Eclipse plugins for cross compilation. She is also a free software activist who has organized and participated in free software events in the Toulouse area.

 

T-4:00 OCP is ready to go

Atop the Sirius-II Mission’s rocket is the Obeo Cloud Platform (OCP), with two flavors – OCP Modeler and OCP Publication – safely strapped inside. The Obeo Cloud Platform is built as an open-core product relying on the open source Eclipse Sirius project (EPL 2.0 licence) and more precisely on the Sirius Web component. As I explained in my previous post, Sirius Web is a framework from Obeo for buil...

T-8:00 1st stage Sirius Web loading begins

Source code is flowing into the first stage of the Obeo rocket. Our goal is to bring the spirit of Sirius into a new technological space : Sirius Web is the Cloud-based evolution of Sirius, 100% Open Source. The Sirius Web engine combines the open source components EMF-JSON & Sirius Components. These components will be available under the Sirius project : http://eclipse.org/sirius , with the s...

T-16:00 Obeo approves “load-and-go” fueling: EMF-JSON onboard!

At Nantes Dev Force Station Launch Complex 42A, valves are open and code source is beginning to flow into Obeo’s rocket. The first open source project released by the SIRIUS-II Mission is: EMF-JSON. The EMF-JSON project will soon be part of the Eclipse Sirius project. It provides a JSON-based implementation of EMF resources which can be used as a drop-in replacement for the default XMI-based forma...

SIRIUS-II Mission

On Wednesday, October 21 at 2:00 p.m. CEST, Obeo’s Spacecraft 42 will launch the SIRIUS-II mission from Code Launch Complex 42 (CLC-42) at Nantes Dev Force Station in France. SIRIUS-I mission previously launched Sirius to the Eclipse Foundation with Obeo’s & Thales astronauts on board back in 2013. The first mission was a success with the adoption of Sirius Desktop, based on the Eclipse platfo...

SIRIUS-II Mission

On Wednesday, October 21 at 2:00 p.m. CEST, Obeo’s Spacecraft 42 will launch the SIRIUS-II mission from Code Launch Complex 42 (CLC-42) at Nantes Dev Force Station in France. SIRIUS-I mission previously launched Sirius to the Eclipse Foundation with Obeo’s & Thales astronauts on board back in 2013. The first mission was a success with the adoption of Sirius Desktop, based on the Eclipse platfo...

SiriusCon 2020: Sirius to the Web with Obeo Cloud Platform

  “Mamma mia, does it show again My my, just how much I've missed you?” ( Mamma Mia ) On the 18th of June, I will have the pleasure of presenting the Obeo Cloud Platform, with my co-speaker Stéphane Bégaudeau , at SiriusCon Live 2020 . During SiriusCon 2020, we will not only demonstrate OCP, but also make a big announcement about its future. So, attend SiriusCon and be in for a huge surprise! Afte...

Obeo Cloud Platform

This is almost the story of my first CTO pregnancy experience, organizational stuff inside. It’s been almost 2 years since I started operating as Obeo’s CTO, 2 years since I accepted the challenge to take the lead of our R&D. As part of this, almost 1 year ago I started to organize the development of our new generation modeling tool solution. And for the past 9 months my team has been busy wor...