CG2008 is an event covering all aspects of enterprise modelling and code generation taking place between June 25 - 27 in Cambridge, UK. Accepted speakers have their full fees waived for the three days of the conference and can benefit from keynotes by Bran Selic and Steve Cook and interaction with many well-known names in the modelling and generation communities. Take part in this unique event and be at the forefront of the next evolutionary step in software development. Final Call for Speakers Submission Deadline - Friday January 18th 2008 We are currently seeking high-quality session proposals covering topics in model-driven software development (including Domain-Specific Languages, Model-Driven Architecture, Generative Programming, Software Product Lines and related areas). Sessions could cover topics such as: - Tool and technology adoption - Code Generation and Model Transformation tools and approaches - Defining and implementing modelling languages - Domain Analysis and Domain Engineering - Language evolution and modularization - Meta Modelling Real-world case studies based on any aspect of these and related approaches are particularly encouraged although more theoretical sessions are also welcome. Take part in Code Generation 2008 and find out why industry observers think that Code Generation is the next evolutionary step in Software Development. In addition to paying no conference fees, being a session leader gives you a unique opportunity to present your viewpoint to our audience. Visit http://www.codegeneration.net/conference/speak.php for more information and to make a session proposal. CG 2008 is organised by Software Acumen and supported by IASA.