Lean/Agile process and architecture coach; founder of the Pasteur Organizational Patterns project
Jim Coplien is executive consultant in the areas of organizational development and software architecture with more than 40 years' experience.
He is the founder of the Pasteur Organizational Patterns project, which was the foundation for the Borland QuatroPro for Windows study that inspired Jeff Sutherland to include daily standup meetings in scrum. This work was also one of the main foundations underlying the organizational principles of Extreme Programming.
In a former life Cope is best known for his design and programming books such as Advanced C++, Multi-Paradigm Design, and the pioneering two books of the PLoPD series of edited works. He is also one of the founders of the pattern discipline, and he is the product owner for the scrum patterns effort at ScrumPLoP.
Join his talk at GOTO Copenhagen and learn more about scaling Agile and his masterclass based on the book A Scrum Book— a de facto standard for what scrum means, and a definitive exposition of the why behind everything scrum.