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The end of the year deals with family time, too much food, Christmas songs and… SiriusCon!   You may have already heard about this event, dedicated to graphical modeling and more precisely to Eclipse Sirius an open source framework to easily create a graphical modeling workbench dedicated to your domain-specific expertise (the best tool for creating impressive modelers!). During this free event, organized with the support of the Eclipse Foundation, attendees benefited from from users feedback, advanced features presentations, and demonstrations.   But this year we want to go further. Since the 6.0 release, Sirius is embracing the web and the cloud... (Want to know more about the present and future of Sirius? Have a look at the blog posts countdown our experts wrote for EclipseCon Europe a few days ago.)   The team is working hard to enable you to also execute your own modeling workbench in a web browser.   Sirius is a global solution used worldwide within...
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Capella will be at INCOSE International Symposium - Washington. Meet the Thales and Obeo teams to discover how you can address your systems engineering challenges with a field-proven MBSE tool. You will learn how is Capella different: remaining as simple as possible for end-users while providing the required expressivity to model and master complex systems. Stop by the Capella booth (#15) to get a demo of this field-proven MBSE tool and its native method, Arcadia. You can also enjoy the Capella live demonstration in the exhibitor demo room, on Monday 3.30 pm. Be also sure to attend the presentation by Juan Navas from Thales on Wednesday (Independence Ballroom BC). He will explain how Capella viewpoints-based method is tailored to address the complexity factors of the architecture definition and design of nuclear power plants....
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EclipseCon France annual event is always awaited by the Open Source and the modeling communities. This year, we planned a special program for you. It will be dealing of course with Eclipse Sirius. We will make a feedback about the first steps we achieved at Obeo to bring this powerful modeling graphical tool to the web. If you are interested by this topic, you may have already read Melanie posts blog but anyway, be sure to attend: Mélanie and Stevan (from Red Hat)'s talk 'The future of development tooling: The example of Eclipse Che, Theia and Sirius' [Wednesday 10.45 to 11.20] Mélanie and Pierre-Charles's talk 'Modeling tools go up to the cloud' [Thursday 9 to 9.35 am] Two talks will be about Eclipse technologies with our intern experts, Laurent, Jacob and Arthur, and an extern one, Philip Langer from EclipseSource Services GmbH. First, Arthur and Jacob will present 'EMF + Xtend = BOEM - An Xtend library to build good-looking compiling EMF models' at 9 am on Wed...
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  In cooperation with Altran and with the support of the Eclipse Foundation, Obeo is pleased to invite you to Sirius Day in Eindhoven Nederlands, on April 24th. Whether you are interested by graphical modeling and looking for a technology to easily create your own modeling tool or you are already an advanced user of Eclipse Sirius, you should register to Sirius Day. Attend this one-day free conference to extend your knowledge about this Open Source technology, discover how it can be deployed in various industrial contexts and meet the European Sirius community. It will be an intensive day with industrial feedbacks, advanced features presentations and a hands-on session! DISCOVER THE WHOLE AGENDA Although Sirius Day is free of charge, places are limited. So hurry up! RESERVE YOUR SEAT  ...
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Capella Webinar: strategies and tools for model reuse with Capella Capella Day Stuttgart was just a few days ago but we've already planned another Capella event. Although it will be more 'virtual', you will enjoy as well strong content about the Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) tool and more precisely discover how to manage libraries and building blocks? Indeed, reusing models or parts of models with Capella is not only conceptually appealing, it is a real productivity enabler. But it is also a true challenge! Technical solutions initially dedicated to simple duplication and synchronisation of model parts have recently evolved and now enable multiple, classical use cases of reusing models.   In this webinar, we will illustrate: How the Capella technology of replicable elements (a.k.a REC/RPL) both enables flexible design workflows (including instance-driven modeling) and makes possible the modeling of architectures by assembly of building blocks. How Yuzu leverages ...