Steven Kelly, MetaCase CTO
Dr. Steven Kelly is the CTO of MetaCase and co-founder of the DSM Forum. He has over fifteen years of experience of consulting and building tools for Domain-Specific Modeling.
As architect and lead developer of MetaEdit+, MetaCase's domain-specific modeling tool, he has seen it win or be a finalist in awards from SD Times, Byte, the Innosuomi prize for innovation awarded by the Finnish President, Net.Object Days, and the Software Development Jolt Productivity awards. Ever present on the program committee of the OOPSLA workshops on Domain-Specific Modeling, he co-organized the first workshop in 2001. He is author of a book and over 50 articles, most recently in journals such as IEEE Software, Dr. Dobb's and OBJEKTspektrum. Steven is a member of IASA and on the editorial board for the Journal of Database Management, and regularly speaks at events such as OOPSLA, Software Architect, and Code Generation.
He has an M.A. (Hons.) in Mathematics and Computer Science from the University of Cambridge, and a Ph.D. from the University of Jyväskylä. His computer education began with machine code, Assembler and BASIC, and came to rest in Smalltalk.
Outside of work, he co-authored the first grammar of the Kenyan Orma language, and kept a clean sheet in the highest scoring win in Finnish first-class soccer: 35-0.
Book: Domain-Specific Modeling: Enabling Full Code Generation, Wiley 2008
- 03/2012 Concrete Syntax Matters, Code Generation Conference
- 05/2011 Mature Model Management and Language Workbench Competition, Code Generation Conference
- 09/2010 Keynote & track leader, Modeling Wizards
- 06/2009 Keynote, Code Generation Conference
- 10/2008 Keynote & panel, OOPSLA Domain-Specific Modeling Workshop
- 09/2007 Keynote & tutorial, Method Engineering conference
- 06/2007 Organizer, Model-Driven Development Tool Implementers Forum
Selected articles: (full publication list)
- 10/2010 Mature Model Management, OBJEKTspektrum
- 07/2009 Worst Practices for Domain-Specific Modeling, IEEE Software
- 09/2005 Defining DSM Languages to Automate Product Derivation: Collected Experiences. SPLC 2005
- 08/2002 Domain-Specific Modeling, Dr. Dobb's Journal
- 05/1995 What's in a Relationship: On Distinguishing Property Holding and Object Binding, ISCO 2005.