Happy Memorial Day (in the USA); may freedom be enjoyed where you live.
[May 19, 2015: The following is an excerpt from a post to Executable UML on LinkedIn. I recommend reading the entire thread.] Hello Lee, Charles, Ed, George and All, Coming from the heart of xtUML/BridgePoint-Land, I would like to express my enthusiasm regarding Papyrus-RT and the Future of Executable UML. The teams at xtuml.org and
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Engineers create Engineering Revisions; there are many of them. A good one becomes a Revision which is released. Customers use and reference these released Revisions. When a bug fix or enhancement is needed, a Customer creates a Service Request linking it to the Revision that the Customer references.
The ISO 26262 Functional Safety seminar hosted by Programming Research packed a moderate conference facility in Detroit, Michigan USA. One Fact was involved as attendee and collaborator. The keynote speaker was Takao Futagami of Toyo Corporation. Supporting him were presentations from Fergus Bolger of Programming Research and Robert Seacord of Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie
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