On March 30th, Information-technology Promotion Agency, Japan(IPA) released the first edition of their STAMP/STPA modeling tool called “STAMP Workbench” and we’re pleased and proud to announce that this tool uses Astah as its platform.
Now that Agile methods have become mainstream in software development, working code and automated tests are being considered as the most important team artifacts.
Is modeling obsolete? Is UML dead?
I don’t think so. In this article, I’ll explore the spaces where modelings fits and plays an important role in this Agile age, especially when development scales to multiple teams and a shared understanding of the system’s “Big Picture” becomes essential.
Part 3 of “Introduction of SafeML – Safety Modelling Language” to improve the management and traceability of Safety Information in safety-critical systems development
Safety Information Management is a complex and difficult task. To improve it, Geoffrey Biggs created a “SafeML” – Safety Modeling Language.
Introducing a new modeling language “SafeML” to improve the traceability and management of safety information in safety-critical systems development.
I attended Agile Roots 2014 in Salt Lake City held on June 19-20, which turned out to be a wonderful as well as very special conference to me. I was so humbled to be able to […]
On June 19 in Salt Lake City, I’ll take part in Agile Roots 2014 and it is quite a honor for me to do the opening keynote. I was asked to come by Kay Johansen […]
You are invited! We’re hosting a free webinar that promises to have a big impact on how you, our community, can make the most of both Mind Mapping and Astah. Specifically, the webinar, hosted by […]
Agile India 2013 was an enagetic and eye-opening event I just attended in Bangalore. Here are some photos taken during my talks. Craig’s Keynote (Edit: Mar.7 Added) Here’s a mind map note I took for Craig […]
I’m preparing for my first trip to India to attend Agile India 2013. At the conference, I’ll do three talks, and the first one is “Agile adoption in Japan and Nonaka’s Scrum“. I am preparing the talk […]