This weekend was the weekend of hell as far as my infrastructure was concerned. My notebook tried to install Windows 7 Service Pack 1, resulting in two frustrating days of running Windows Repair and trying to get everything running again. That's behind us now, luckily, so it's time for more interesting things.

Last week I set up a presentation schedule for the Language Workbench Competition workshop of May 24th in Cambridge. This will be your opportunity to compare 10 language workbenches which have been used to implement a solution for the same software modeling and code generation case. Here's the program that we will be presenting:

9:00:00 AM

9:15:00 AM

Intro

9:15:00 AM

9:55:00 AM

MPS

9:55:00 AM

10:35:00 AM

MetaEdit+

10:35:00 AM

10:50:00 AM

BREAK

10:50:00 AM

11:30:00 AM

OOMEGA

10:30:00 AM

12:10:00 PM

Whole Platform

12:10:00 PM

1:00:00 PM

LUNCH BREAK

1:00:00 PM

1:40:00 PM

Rascal

1:40:00 PM

2:20:00 PM

Spoofax

2:20:00 PM

2:35:00 AM

BREAK

2:35:00 PM

3:15:00 PM

Intentional

3:15:00 PM

3:55:00 PM

Essential

3:55:00 PM

4:10:00 PM

BREAK

4:10:00 PM

4:50:00 PM

Obeo Designer

4:50:00 PM

5:30:00 PM

Xtext

5:30:00 PM

5:45:00 PM

Closing

This program will be available on the Language Workbench Competition web site from tomorrow, the Windows problems mentioned above prevented me from publishing them there this weekend - a blog post to make up for it.

9:00:00 AM

9:15:00 AM

Intro

9:15:00 AM

9:55:00 AM

MPS

9:55:00 AM

10:35:00 AM

MetaEdit+

10:35:00 AM

10:50:00 AM

BREAK

10:50:00 AM

11:30:00 AM

OOMEGA

10:30:00 AM

12:10:00 PM

Whole Platform

12:10:00 PM

1:00:00 PM

LUNCH BREAK

1:00:00 PM

1:40:00 PM

Rascal

1:40:00 PM

2:20:00 PM

Spoofax

2:20:00 PM

2:35:00 AM

BREAK

2:35:00 PM

3:15:00 PM

Intentional

3:15:00 PM

3:55:00 PM

Essential

3:55:00 PM

4:10:00 PM

BREAK

4:10:00 PM

4:50:00 PM

Obeo Designer

4:50:00 PM

5:30:00 PM

Xtext

5:30:00 PM

5:45:00 PM

Closing