DSM Podcasts

In the winter of 2005-6, Microsoft arranged a series of podcasts on Model-Driven Development, inviting leading industry figures from IBM and MetaCase to join in a panel format discussion. 


The podcasts were part of the wider ARCast series. They were initially hosted by Harry Pierson, with Ron Jacobs taking over for the last two. Although it was not planned that way, there was one participant fewer each time. The first two podcasts are currently the 2nd and 3rd most downloaded podcasts of the 155 available on the Microsoft site.

5  3 Nov 05 Danner, Greenfield, Kelly, Regio, Selic MP3 WMA
6  1 Dec 05 Danner, Greenfield, Kelly, Selic MP3 WMA
7 13 Jan 06 Kelly, Danner, Greenfield WMA
8 18 Jan 06 Greenfield, Danner MP3 WMA


Martin Danner, Arrowrock
Martin founded Arrowrock Corporation in 1998. He is a PMI Project Management Professional (PMP), a Microsoft Certified Solution Developer for the .NET Framework (MCSD.NET), as well as a Microsoft Architect MVP.

Jack Greenfield, Microsoft
Jack is an Architect for Enterprise Frameworks and Tools at Microsoft. He was previously Chief Architect, Practitioner Desktop Group, at Rational Software Corporation, and Founder and CTO of InLine Software Corporation.

Steven Kelly, MetaCase
Steven is the CTO of MetaCase and co-founder of the DSM Forum. Steven is an organizer of the OOPSLA workshops on Domain-Specific Modeling, an author of articles in journals such as Dr. Dobb's and ObjektSpektrum, and a member of the editorial board for the Journal of Database Management.

Mauro Regio, Microsoft
Mauro is an Industry Solutions Architect with the Architecture Strategy Team at Microsoft, focusing on large scale enterprise integration projects and Software Factories.

Bran Selic, IBM
Bran is an IBM Distinguished Engineer at IBM Rational and an adjunct professor of computer science at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada. Bran pioneered the application of model-driven development methods in real-time applications. He is currently co-chair of the OMG team responsible for the UML 2.0 standard.