Structure101 combines multi-award-winning products for organising a codebase

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Retrofitting software architecture Structure101 Studio, combining the award-winning Structure101 and Restructure101 products, is now generally available. Structure101 Studio makes it feasible to discover, define, communicate, and enforce an architecture for an existing codebase, without major upfront surgery. Structure101 achieves this by letting the software architect construct an external model of the architecture while simultaneously mapping the… Read more »

Upgrade now to Structure101 Studio

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Our latest release, Structure101 Studio, combines our two great awarding winning products, Structure101 and Restructure101, into one great package with much improved workflow. See guide for existing customers. Upgrade Structure101 or Restructure101 on or before March 31st 2014 to avail of these great offers:  Customers with current support, or who purchased on or after May 1st… Read more »

Rediscovering Modularity in Switzerland

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I will be giving my talk to .NET user groups in Switzerland next week, in Bern, Luzern and Zurich. Tuesday May 14 in Berne. Register with xing, or fill in the contact form on the Berne .NET user group site. Wednesday May 15, Luzern. Thursday May 16 in Zurich. Come along for the chat and/or… Read more »

Rediscovering Modularity heads back to Germany

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Chris is on the road again and back to Germany. This time thanks to the good folks at INETA Germany, in particular Lars Keller and Alex Groß. The focus will be on applying modularity to .Net codebases but the principles are common to all coding languages. So if you missed Chris’s German Java User Group… Read more »

Rediscovering Modularity Texas

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The Rediscovering Modularity tour continues. This time 3 dates in Texas at the end of January. Chris will be presenting again. Tuesday January 29th 6:00-8:00pm Location: San Antonio, New Horrizons. Wednesday January 30th 6:15-8:15pm Location: Dallas, Matrix Consulting, 5151 Beltline Road, Suite 1010 Dallas, TX 75254. Thursday January 31st 6:30-8:30pm Location: Houston, TBD. Many thanks to the Houston, San Antonio… Read more »

Rediscovering Modularity in Brazil

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We’re excited, first trip to Brazil! Founder, Chris Chedgey, will be presenting on Rediscovering Modularity in Brazil next week. First up in Sao Paulo at JavaOne Latin America on Tuesday December 4th at 13:30. Then at  the INE Auditorium, UFSC University, Florianopolis on Thursday, December 6th at 18:30, with many thanks to Marcio Marchini at BetterDeveloper and Prof. Patricia Vilain at UFSC…. Read more »

Rediscovering Modularity – upcoming presentations

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Founder, Chris Chedgey, will be presenting on Rediscovering Modularity in an existing codebase (and more) over the coming weeks in The Netherlands, Sweden and Germany. Dates in the US will be announced shortly. The Netherlands at The JFall Conference Presentation details: Rediscovering Modularity Wednesday  October 31st 11.35 – 12.25 Location: Hart van Holland, Nijkerk Sweden at The Oredev Conference… Read more »

Restructure101 version 2 released

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For Restructure101 version 2 (press release) we rolled in a load of feature requests that came back from users of version 1. A lot of these were around making the existing functionality more accessible. Others make version 1 use-cases much quicker/easier to achieve. In particular, the combination of filtering and slicing is a massive improvement… Read more »

Structure101 adds Doxygen and Understand support for C/C++, Delphi/Pascal and Python

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Thanks to Marcio Marchini who developed Doxygen and Understand flavors or “third-party parser plugins”, Structure101, Restructure101 and Structure101 Build now support the parsing of: C, C++ using Doxygen, or Understand from Scientific Toolworks; Delphi/Pascal using ModelMaker, or Understand; beta support for Python using Understand. So head over to our downloads page if you are working with… Read more »

Upcoming JUG Appearances

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Headway founder, Chris Chedgey, will be presenting “Modularizing an existing code-base” at the following Java User Group Events in the first quarter of 2012: Brussels Java User Group, January 12, April 26 Berlin Java User Group, March 6 Essen Java User Group, March 7 Come along and learn more about the importance and benefits of… Read more »