Lean Architecture - for Agile Software Development
Lean Architecture uses a modern approach to architecture, built on the software wisdom of 5 decades while embracing refreshing new insights of Lean and Agile. Giving a down to earth view of Agile requirements and the often ignored relationship between requirements and architecture, this book goes beyond the fashionable idea of User Stories, and will show you how to employ Use Cases in a lightweight, incremental, Agile way which fits perfectly in line with Alistair Cockburn's vision of Use Cases and Agile.
In-keeping with Agile culture, this is not a methodology book, but a book which focuses on code, with plenty of code examples. Chapters include:
- Agile Production in a Nutshell
- Stakeholder Engagement
- Problem Definition
- What the System Is: Lean Architecture
- What the System Does: Capturing the Service Needs
- Coding it Up
- Organizational Issues
- Scala Implementation of the DCI Account Example, Account example in Python. Java Demonstration of DCI, Qi4J
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