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Johan den Haan has written a compelling piece over at Enterprise Architect on why you should start using MDD. He lists 15 advantages of Model-Driven Development that focus in on productivity, quality and alignment.

I repeat the list here in hopes it intrigues you to go check out the details:

  1. MDD is faster
  2. MDD is more cost-effective
  3. MDD leads to increased quality
  4. MDD is less error-prone
  5. MDD leads to meaningful validation
  6. MDD results in software being less sensitive for changes in personnel
  7. MDD empowers domain experts
  8. MDD let advanced programmers focus on the hard stuff
  9. MDD bridges the gap between business and IT
  10. MDD results in software being less sensitive for changes in business requirements
  11. MDD results in software being less sensitive for changes in technology
  12. MDD really enforces architecture
  13. MDD captures domain knowledge
  14. MDD provides up-to-date documentation
  15. MDD enables to focus on business problems instead of technology

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