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The DCI Masters

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Trygve Reenskaug has 50 years experience with the development of professional software and software engineering methodologies. He is now a researcher and professor emeritus of informatics at the University of Oslo. He has extensive teaching and speaking experience including keynotes, talks and tutorials. His firsts include the Autokon system for computer aided design of ships with end user programming, structured programming and a data base oriented architecture (1960). Object oriented applications (1973). Model-View-Controller, the world's first reusable object oriented framework (1979). OOram role modeling method and tool (1983). The premier book on role modeling (1995). He was a member of the UML Core Team, adding parts of the role modeling technology under the name of Collaborations. He has develped the DCI paradigm for high level programming of object system state and behavior. He is currently working on BabyIDE; a companion development environment for working with a program as seen in different perspectives such as Data, Communication and Interaction (DCI).

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Jim Coplien is a Senior Agile Coach and System Architect at Nordija A/S, doing international consulting in organization structure, software patterns, system architecture, as well as software development in electronic design automation, telecom, and finance. In this 'blog, he reflects on his academic career pursuant to his visiting professorship at University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology, his appointment as the 2003-2004 Vloebergh Chair at Vrije Universiteit Brussel, two years as an Associate Professor at North Central College in Naperville, Illinois, and extensive work developing some of the first C++ and OOD training materials. He is well-known for his foundational work on object-oriented programming and on patterns, and his current research explores the formal foundations of the theory of design, foundations of aesthetics and beauty, and group theoretic models of design structure. He most recent book "Organizational Patterns of Agile Software Development", co-authored with Neil Harrison, culminates a decade of research. His book "Advanced C++ Programming Styles and Idioms" defined design and programming techniques for a generation of C++ programmers, and his book "Multi-Paradigm Design for C++" presents a vision for the evolution of current OO design techniques into a more general and better grounded theory of software construction.

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