A few days ago I recorded a short screencast to show how it is possible to visualize a file inside Jetbrains MPS.
Author Archives: Federico Tomassetti
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Packt is celebrating the publication of its 1000th title: who registers before 30th September 2012, to download any one of our eBooks for free. Packt is also opening its online library for a week for free to members, offering customers … Continue reading
Anyone who will register until the 30th of September at Packt (www.packtpub.com) is in for a pleasant surprise gift.
I am attending the second day of EASE 2012 were I presented some results about the maturity of modeling and MDD in Italy. Maturity of Software Modelling and Model Driven Engineering: a Survey in the Italian Industry View more presentations … Continue reading
Last week-end I was at the Eclipse Florence Day. The experience was amazing for different reasons. The city is astonishingly beatiful and the level of the people presenting was incredibly high (except for me). For example Lars Vogel was present as … Continue reading
Some weeks ago I gave this presentation about the Meta Programming System at the Java User Group of Torino. Slides are available at Slideshare. Estendere Java con il Meta Programming System di JetBrains View more PowerPoint from Federico Tomassetti A … Continue reading
The Jetbrains MetaProgrammin-System (MPS) The MetaProgramming-System is a Language Workbench based on projectional editing and it is the most advanced publicly available tool of this kind. If you have not yet took a look at it you should, really. It … Continue reading
I was contacted by Intel because they launched their app-market for PC e netbooks names “Intel AppUp” and they are looking for programmers developing applications for their market. I never heard before about Intel AppUp but the person who contacted … Continue reading
The new version of the Eclipse Plugin for Scala has taken a big leap forward in robustness, reliability and responsiveness. (http://www.scala-ide.org/2011/03/the-next-development-phase-for-the-scala-ide-for-eclipse/) I tried it on different O.S., different machines. It is still CRAP. It is absolutely unusable to me. When … Continue reading