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火, 26. 11. 2019

MBD: 10 Problems Solved

Model-based software design (MBD) took off in the 1990s when tools like Simulink® and MatrixX® were transitioning from academic or research tools to production enabling tools. MBD rapidly expanded with the introduction of efficient automatic code generation in 1999, aided by tools such as Embedded Coder® and TargetLink®. However, much to the chagrin of some of its early proponents, MBD is not a silver bullet that can solve all software development concerns.

Nevertheless, when properly implemented, MBD can help with generating higher quality code more quickly and can also help to reduce costs. However, poor processes, tools, and execution can also result in poor quality code that costs more and takes longer to create. This webinar addresses ten problems associated with software development and proposes solutions to these issues.


The webinar will take place in English:


Tuesday, November 26, 2019
Time: 4 pm CET (Berlin)/ 10 am EST (Detroit)/ 8:30 pm IST (Bangalore)/ 11 pm CST (Beijing)/ 12 am JST (Tokyo)
Registration: https://model-engineers-event-en.webex.com/model-engineers-event-en/onstage/g.php?MTID=e75e38a3a877050e219f51fb379fb6979


火, 3. 12. 2019

Online meeting Modeling Guidelines Interest Group (MGIGroup)

Support Processes for Code Generation in Model-based Development
MATLAB® / Simulink® with Embedded Coder® or TargetLink® is widely used in the automotive industry. These code generators are an integral part of the toolchain. While the automatization of this step allows developers to focus on modeling functionality, there are several aspects that need to be considered with respect to the generated code in the model. What challenges do MGIGroup members face in terms of code generation? What optimization possibilities with regards to runtime, memory, code generation time etc. exist in the model? How can modeling guidelines or other processes support this?
In this MGIGroup meeting, we would like to share our experiences regarding code generation. The focus will be on knowledge sharing.

The language of the online meeting is English.

Date: Tuesday, December 3, 2019
Time: 3 pm CET (Berlin)/ 9 am EST (Detroit)/ 7:30 pm IST (Bangalore)/ 10 pm CST (Beijing)/ 11 pm JST (Tokyo)
Registration: https://model-engineers-event-en.webex.com/model-engineers-event-en/onstage/g.php?MTID=e4b7f0c651c0c7c280dc4ea3754ccf7f7

火, 11. 2. 2020

Test automation made easy

In software development, it is important to know the exact quality of the defined software version. Efficient and comprehensive quality assurance in the form of software tests is therefore imperative.
Due to in the increasing importance of methods such as Scrum and Extreme Programming in software development, an efficient test development process becomes more and more important. Some test management tools already provide a high degree of automation in the form of automatically generated test sequences, evaluation routines, and batch configurations. However, with version control systems and continuous integration tools, it is possible to further expand automation and preserve valuable resources for other processes.

This webinar focuses on approaches to test automation with Jenkins and Gitlab. The webinar also demonstrates how test runs can be started not only by developers or testers but also by means of well-defined keywords, when checking new versions or creating merge requests.


The webinar will take place in English:


Tuesday, February 11, 2020
Time: 4 pm CET (Berlin)/ 10 am EST (Detroit)/ 8:30 pm IST (Bangalore)/ 11 pm CST (Beijing)/ 12 am JST (Tokyo)
Registration: https://model-engineers-event-en.webex.com/model-engineers-event-en/onstage/g.php?MTID=e0870e3a8ab6b5976c3e2813402936f23