We’re saturday and I just finished to prepare the code for my quickie about AndroMDA. Hopefully I’ll be able to make it in 15 minutes. I make it a personal challenge.
Of course, the code will be published here after the presentation, but that’s not all. Now that the code is ready, I intend to prepare a small screencast, not limited to 15 minutes, so with more time to actually explain what’s going on behind the scenes.
But there’s even more. I think I’m going to use this demo application as a starting point for a whole training thread in videos, maybe even a video podcast, and I hope it’s gonna help people get started with the tool in real life.
See you guys on wednesday!
That’s official: my AndroMDA Quickie proposal has been accepted and I’ll be giving a 15-minute demonstration of AndroMDA power on Wednesday, December 12th. That’s really great! Now I’ll just have to figure out the best possible way to make my point. For now, my objective is to realize some sort of todo-list demonstration in just 15 minutes. That’s short but I think that’s the only way I can get people to understand that scripting languages are not the only way to be productive with Java.
Now I still need to further test AndroMDA 4 to see if it’s ready for such a demonstration.
Anyway, if you’re curious about MDA in general and AndroMDA in particular, feel free to come by and ask plenty of embarrassing questions.