So much for the short version. The long version is, I studied Computer Science and I'm working as a project manager now. Always being an Agile evangelist, I'm continuously trying to improve the teams I'm working for. If you want to know more: Check out my social (and professional) network profiles.
Not much going on here right now. Did this page recently. Once there are highlights, they will definitely be listed here.
When I was six years old, I got a "two-eighty-six". Since that time I consider myself a gamer. I played every single C&C release, played Warcraft since the very first part (Warcraft II being the first boxed release I ever bought). Siedler, Anno, Monkey Island, I played it all. So far my biggest addict... uuuh... passion remains Civilization. Read more...
My private passion for gaming is only surpassed by my professional passion for Agile. I worked in a chaotic environment with 80% fire-fighting, ad-hoc-"project management" and a planning horizon of some weeks. An environment where software was released maximum 1-2 times a week. If it worked in the live environment.
I had my share in transforming this environment into an Agile one. A great team made the software fit for continuous deployment, so me and fellow ScrumMasters could create stable and high-performing teams. Eventually we created a Scrum-by-the-book environment releasing new products with amazing speed and quality. And did I mention it was big fun?
There are lots of blogs on Agile, discussion on LinkedIn etc., so I probably won't publish a lot. But if I have inspiring thoughts on Agile, you will find them here.