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The DCI Architecture: Lean and Agile at the Code Level
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by James Coplien on Jun 30, 2010 | NOTICE: The next QCon is in San Francisco Nov 7-11, 2016. Join us!

James Coplien explains the DCI (Data, Context, Interaction) paradigm used to better represent the user’s mental model in code through system state and behavior. Coplien makes an attempt to reintroduce architecture to Lean and Agile projects due to its value in sustaining high velocity and change resiliency.


Jim Coplien is a Senior Agile Coach, software developer, and Systems Architect working at Gertrud & Cope. He is a well-known industry speaker, author, and innovator. His past work has included architecture, design, and implementation in the EDA industry, as well as leading positions in academics, Bell Labs Research, in telecom R&D, and in international consultancy.

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