The Code Generation conference has been described as the leading European event on model-driven software development. The event has a strong practical focus and includes 30+ sessions covering case studies, experience reports, hands-on workshops and in-depth tutorials.

CG2009 is for people who want to successfully apply or just learn more about the following topics:
- Code Generation
- Domain-Specific Languages
- Model-Driven Software Development
- Model-Driven Architecture
- Software Factories and Software Product Lines
- Eclipse Modelling Tools
- Executable UML
- Generative programming and other similar approaches.

The focus throughout the event is on practical experience of these tools and technologies with a range of sessions from beginner to expert.

1, 2 & 3 day conference packages are available from £195. Please visit the event web site for more information.

"I'll definitely try to attend next year and will recommend this conference to my colleagues and customers."

"The combined—for that matter, individual—expertise present was remarkable, and presented a tremendous opportunity for knowledge exchange."

"The presentations were all top quality, making it often difficult to decide between the concurrently running sessions. The wealth of MDD knowledge present at the event was impressive, not only from the presenters, but from the other delegates as well."

"I enjoyed the conference very much, it has been the best conference of the last years I’ve been to. A very good selection of speakers, but I also think that the level of expertise of the audience was very high, much higher than I expected. ... it gives the opportunity to dig much deeper."

"I've been working in domain-specific modelling for a dozen years … and in this time this has been the highest-quality conference on this topic that I've been to - and I've been to a few."

"Three very long, exhausting but thoroughly enjoyable and very informative days."

"[A] great opportunity to meet with influential practitioners in the field."

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Added by Mark Dalgarno on August 11, 2008