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The Past, Present and Future of Code Generation

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Sven Efftinge is a passionate software developer who loves music and good food. He’s the project lead of Eclipse Xtend , a statically-typed programming language for the JVM, and Xtext, a framework for developing programming languages and domain-specific languages. He works for itemis.

About the conference

The Code Generation Conference returns for the 7th year as the best place to build your knowledge and skills of Domain-Specific Languages, Language Workbenches, Model-Driven Software Development and Code Generation. As always, the event will have a strong, practical focus on sharing experiences, evaluating emerging technologies and hands-on development.

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Jul 20, 2013

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    The link for the slides does not seem to work.

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    Code Generation ?. Simply, ... WWW.GENEXUS.COM

  • access denied

    by will mason /

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    I keep getting access denied on the SLIDES. Pity really.

    Code generation -- No brainer really; unfortunately it is difficult to get people behind it or to sit still long enough to get them 'liking' it. So something like XTEND is a godsend as a (growing) mainstream or legitimate way ahead.

    What I never will understand is code-gen is not new. We have had assemblers, compilers, hot-spot interpreters, dynamic languages -- The ALL do code generation. Anything not binary is working on generated code oye ve!

  • Code generation for REST API

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    To generate API clients, server stubs for REST API, please try Swagger Codegen[1], which is free, open source and supports 30+ API clients and 20+ server stubs.

    [1] github.com/swagger-api/swagger-codegen

    Disclosure: I'm a top contributor to the project.

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