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This profile was last updated on 4/21/03  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.
 
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  • Telecommunications and Computer Science
    Golden Gate University
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www.tincando.com, 21 April 2003 [cached]
Steven G. Cook Joins Trinity ... (more)
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www.tincando.com, 7 April 2003 [cached]
Steven G. Cook Joins Trinity
SACRAMENTO, CA. - April 7, 2003 - Steven G. Cook, a network technology professional has been named Vice President of Sales & Business Development for Trinity Integrated Networks, Inc., a leader in the full-service network solutions delivery industry.Prior to joining Trinity, Cook served as an independent executive consultant and Information Technology Services principal with IBM's Global Services Network Competency Practice.He brings twenty years experience specializing in mainframe, server and network operations including data center relocation and emergency contingency planning.Mr. Cook has provided his technical expertise and in-depth knowledge in the financial, retail, transportation and engineering industries.
As Vice President of Sales & Business Development, Cook will have day-to-day responsibility directing the sales personnel and nurturing business relationships related to consulting, professional services and hardware procurement.Mr. Cook attended Golden Gate University in San Francisco, California majoring in Telecommunications and Computer Science.
DevHawk - Architecture|Modelling
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Steve Cook responded to Grady Booch's latest comments on software factories and DSLs, which was in turn a response to an entry by Alan Wills.
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As Alan and Steve both point out, we're not rejecting UML.
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Steve refers to UML as having "cognitive semantics", which means there is no one objective definition for a specific element of UML.
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Because of this lack of objective precision, Steve describes the resulting discussion of UML and its semantics as "political, rather than objective" which IMO is not a good foundation to build your own language on.
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Panel discussion on MDA: The Realities with Steve Cook and Granville Miller (among others)
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I also just started Software Factories by Keith Short and Jack Greenfield (with contributions by Steve Cook and Stuart Kent).
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I'In the space of 24 hours, Martin Fowler and Michael Platt both point to this article by Steve Cook about Microsoft's views on MDA.
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Furthermore ... the fact that the MDA is based on the use of the UML and MOF specifications restricts its usefulness even more. [Domain-Specific Modeling and Model Driven Architecture by Steve Cook, page 6]
Keith and Steve are architects in the VS.NET group, so this is straight from the horse's mouth.
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Steve joined MS last year, leaving IBM where he had worked on (among other things, I'm sure) the UML 2.0 specification process. It's interesting that someone who has worked on UML so extensively appears to have such a negative opinion of it's direction.
Since "MDA" and "Model Driven Architecture" are registered trademarks of OMG (even though they are often used to refer to the generic approach of using models in the design process), Steve refers to Microsoft's approach as "Domain-Specific Modeling" while Keith writes about "the idea of a family of inter-related, but individually specialized modeling languages the industry is calling domain-specific languages".
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At the recent Microsoft Professional Developers' conference, we announced modeling tools-we call them designers-that help the developer to design and deploy distributed service-oriented applications. [Domain-Specific Modeling and Model Driven Architecture by Steve Cook, page 5]
DevHawk - Passion * Technology * Ruthless Competence
devhawk.net, 2 Feb 2004 [cached]
I'In the space of 24 hours, Martin Fowler and Michael Platt both point to this article by Steve Cook about Microsoft's views on MDA.
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Furthermore ... the fact that the MDA is based on the use of the UML and MOF specifications restricts its usefulness even more. [Domain-Specific Modeling and Model Driven Architecture by Steve Cook, page 6]
Keith and Steve are architects in the VS.NET group, so this is straight from the horse's mouth.
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Steve joined MS last year, leaving IBM where he had worked on (among other things, I'm sure) the UML 2.0 specification process.It's interesting that someone who has worked on UML so extensively appears to have such a negative opinion of it's direction.
Since "MDA" and "Model Driven Architecture" are registered trademarks of OMG (even though they are often used to refer to the generic approach of using models in the design process), Steve refers to Microsoft's approach as "Domain-Specific Modeling" while Keith writes about "the idea of a family of inter-related, but individually specialized modeling languages the industry is calling domain-specific languages".
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At the recent Microsoft Professional Developers' conference, we announced modeling tools-we call them designers-that help the developer to design and deploy distributed service-oriented applications. [Domain-Specific Modeling and Model Driven Architecture by Steve Cook, page 5]
Invited Speakers: Steve Cook ...
www.amast.org [cached]
Invited Speakers: Steve Cook (IBM) Cris Kobryn (EDS) Ivar Jacobson (Rational Software) Important dates: Deadline for Abstract *24 March 2000* Deadline for Submission *7 April 2000* Notification to Authors 9 June 2000 Final Version of Accepted Papers 24 July 2000 Paper Submissions: Submit your manuscript electronically in postscript or PDF using the Springer LNCS style (http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html).
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