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Jean Bezivin
Works at Industry consultant in software modeling
Attended University of Grenoble
Lived in Nantes, France
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Professor at University of Nantes (retired) and Independent industry consultant in software modeling. Interested by any collaboration on innovative software technology.
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  • Industry consultant in software modeling
    Professor at University of Nantes (Retired), present
  • self employed
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Nantes, France - Quimper, France - Elliant, France - Fouesnant, France (Beg Meil) - Montreal, Canada - Belfast, Northern Ireland - Rennes, France - Grenoble, France - Brest, France - Palo Alto, Ca
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Professor in Computer Science. Object-Oriented early adopter, Simula and Smalltalk aficionado in the 1980's. Model Driven Engineering (MDE) evangelist since 1995. Still interested in all aspects of software modeling: MDE, MDA, DDD, MDSD, DSLs, etc. Interested in the future of various kinds of software modeling techniques in various "technical spaces".



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Google+ user since the first days, but still discovering new features and trying to understand the real scope of this tool.
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  • University of Grenoble
    Master in Computer Science, 1970
  • University of Rennes 1
    PhD in Computer Science, 1975
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On the origins of object technology
Software Reusability in the mid-80's

This #Smalltalk vs. #Unix picture by +Brad Cox, published in the first issue of IEEE Software (Volume 1, Number 1) in January 1984, probably triggered the whole story.
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http://www.thesurfoffice.com/blog/2014/4/12/most-interesting-coworking-coliving-spaces

Excellent compilation of nice and exemplary #coworking places.
AGORA COLLECTIVE
BLACKBOX
BLUESSED
BROOKLYN BOULDERS
CASA NETURAL
HUS 24
MANOR HOUSE
MESH
MUTINERIE VILLAGE
ST. OBERHOLZ
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The #DataAct  passed the U.S. Senate yesterday on April 10, 2014 and will soon be considered by the U.S. House

Data transparency strengthens democratic accountability, enhances government management, reduces compliance costs, and stimulates innovation.

#OpenData + #OpenSource + #OpenGov ?
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30 years old for a programming language is a good age.

+ObjectiveC became popular in 1984.

Kudos to +Brad Cox 

First (?) tutorial on #ObjectiveC  announced in January 1984.
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Britain chokes on toxic smog: Millions call 999 as pollution and Saharan dust cloak swathes of UK http://news360.com/article/232254745
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