Tag Archives: Graphical Modeling

Writing Test Cases Manually Is Faster Than Modeling… Huh?
Over the years I have been wondering why folks involved in testing are not more eager to adopt practices that we have shown numerous times to be superior to current practices. Let’s face it, making sure that all the interesting scenarios and corner cases have properly, effectively, and efficiently been tested is not an easy…
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Model Driven Workflow
Recently I wrote a blog post about the action language adopted and standardized by the OMG (Object Management Group) called Action Language for fUML or Alf where I alluded about something that I call “model driven workflow” (MDW) — a modeling workflow that embraces modeling across the whole software development lifecycle integrating design, development and…
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Wolfgang Griegskamp on Graphical Modeling
In a recent interview (see the whole post), Wolfgang Griegskamp, one of the authors of Microsoft's SpecExplorer tool, says: We didn’t really meet with large interest in the community we dealt with at Microsoft, which consists of software developers and test engineers. Everyone has a software development background. For those people graphical notations don’t really…
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