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David Frankel
Independent Consultant, David Frankel Consulting

David Frankel has over 30 years of experience as a programmer, architect, and technical strategist. He is recognized as a pioneer and international authority on the subject of model-driven systems and semantic information modeling. He has a wealth of experience driving companies and industry at large to successfully adopt strategic technologies.

He has an outstanding ability to communicate in technical mentoring situations, publications, and presentations. He has published two books and dozens of trade press articles, and has presented at many industry conferences. He has a reputation for facilitating collaboration that, along with his strong technical expertise, has led him to co-author a number of important industry software standards, including UML®, ISO 20022, BIAN, and the XBRL Abstract Model. He served terms as an elected member of the Object Management Group’s Architecture Board and Board of Directors.

The IT domains in which he has expertise include data integration, domain-specific languages, enterprise architecture, model-driven systems, semantic information modeling, semantic interoperability, service-oriented architecture, and software product lines. The business domains in which he has applied his technical expertise in recent years include financial services, ERP financials, and business reporting.

His most recent project involved setting up the service-oriented architecture and tooling framework for the Banking Industry Architecture Network (BIAN) standards organization, during his tenure as SAP’s Lead Standards Architect for Model-Driven Systems.

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UML Profiling as a Framework for Domain-Specific Modeling Languages

Domain-specific languages have the power to capture and replicate the architectural knowledge of your best technical people, so that knowledge is consistently applied in production systems. UML Profiling is a potent means for creating domain-specific graphical modeling languages. Over ten years ago the architects of the Unified Modeling Language® (UML) understood that UML would have to be customized and extended for any serious industrial use. We thus incorporated customization and extension mechanisms into UML's fundamental architecture, enabling the creation of UML Profiles.

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