CEO of Obeo

I started as a software engineer with a hint of academia through a master degree. I got involved in open-source projects quite early through contributions to KDE or the Linux Kernel, I then joined the Eclipse community and I am leading couples of projects there (EcoreTools, Amalgamation) and I am a member of the Architecture Council. The itch I keep scratching is 'How can we make better and open tools, faster?' and that led me to domain specific modeling practices and technologies. I like to share my findings through conferences and happened to co-author a number of articles and research papers.

What if you could design, simulate and analyze all at once using Open-Source solutions?

At the Eclipse Foundation conference last October, we had the opportunity to demonstrate an integration of Eclipse Sirius Web and Project Jupyter Notebook for seamless design, simulation, and analysis. As a data enthusiast, I’ve always been impressed by the versatility of Jupyter. It serves as a hub for reproducible science and a gateway to a vast array of Python frameworks for data science, visua...

Are your engineering tools built on top of strong and well-maintained technologies?

When you pick technologies to build tools empowering hundreds of your engineers, you aim at making the best choice. Open-Source is the best when you play the long term. The Eclipse Foundation ensures that all the metrics related to an Open-Source project are exposed on its website, helping you to assess the effort which goes into maintaining and updating the technology. With 12 releases in 2022 , ...

Building Graphical Modeling Tools, Approaches to Reducing Complexity

Building graphical modeling tools can be a complex undertaking, especially if they need to support many features and functions. At Obeo, we have extensive experience in this area and strive to make the process as easy and accessible as possible. To accomplish this, we rely on several strategies, including modular design, higher-level abstractions, and the ability to iterate quickly on a tool defin...

What if you could design, simulate and analyze all at once using Open-Source solutions?

At the Eclipse Foundation conference last October, we had the opportunity to demonstrate an integration of Eclipse Sirius Web and Project Jupyter Notebook for seamless design, simulation, and analysis. As a data enthusiast, I’ve always been impressed by the versatility of Jupyter. It serves as a hub for reproducible science and a gateway to a vast array of Python ?frameworks for data science? , vi...

Obeo's Chronicles, Autumn 2020

I can’t believe we are already looking at Q4. I have so much news to share with you! Eclipse Sirius, Obeo Cloud Platform and Sirius Web: This last summer we had the pleasure to organize SiriusCon. This one-day event is each year the opportunity for the modeling community to share their experience, and for the development team to provide visibility on what is currently being worked on and how we se...

Let's Do It! Obeo loves The SeaCleaners

I am deeply convinced a company is not only an economical actor. It has a much wider responsibility as any decision also has social, environmental or even political implications. Looking at our environment state, its recent evolution and how it is forecasted to evolve indeed the task in front of us is huge. It would be easy to dismiss this as a problem our governments and big organizations should ...

The Rising Adoption of Capella

Witnessing an OSS technology getting together with a wide group of users is something I find exhilarating, I have experienced it with Acceleo, EMF Compare and Eclipse Sirius along the years, each time in different contexts and at different scales but discovering what is being done by others with a technology is always a source of excitement to me. Capella was contributed by Thales to the Eclipse c...