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We have started to agile methods for software development and project management as a logical evolution from RUP based approach. Our current approach uses Scrum as an engineering method and Feature Driven Development approach as an overall project management method. These ideas were used to developed and complete complex applications such a Property and Casualty Contracts application - using J2EE, Java, DB2 technologies - for a big player or a medicinal diagnostics control application for viruses - using .NET, C#,Oracle, for one major player.
I am an active Scrum Master, Product Owner and Scrum coach in various projects since 2003. The experience gained and the learned pitfalls are documented in Scrum agile experiences.
Experience gained in multiple .NET, Java, and C++ projects is used to fine tune the software development processes and identify tool chains to support them. Detailed information are available under agile processes and tools.
The public presentations I held are listed under speeches.Experiences and thoughts are also documented under Agile and Scrum Discussions.
For the ones embracing agile development, Scrum and XP here a list of beautiful books to read and reflect on.
 Lean Software Development: An Agile Toolkit, Mary Poppendieck & Tom Poppendieck, Addison Wesley 2003
 Agile Project Management with Scrum, Ken Schwaber, Microsoft Press 2004
 Agile Estimating and Planning, Mike Cohn, Prentice Hall 2006
 Scrum and XP from the trenches, Henrik Kniberg, ISBN: 978-1-4303-2264-1 []
 User Stories Applied: For Agile Software Development, Mike Cohn, Addison Wesley 2004
 Refactoring: Improving the Design of Existing Code, Addison Wesley 1999
 Test Driven Development By Example, Ken Beck, Addison Wesley 2003
 The Pragmatic Programmer, Andrew Hunt & David Thomas, Addison Wesley 2000
 Implementation Patterns, Kent Beck, Addison Wesley 2008
 Agile Principles, Patterns, and Practices in C#, Prentice Hall, (Robert C. Martin Series)
For the ones taking the path to Scrum masters, coaches and technical leaders a list of books forcing us to see our work with new insights
 Peopleware: Productive Projects and Teams, Tom DeMarco & Timothy Lister, Dorset House 1987
 Slack: Getting Past Burnout, Busy Work, and the Myth of Total Efficiency, Tom DeMarco, Random House 2002
 The Deadline: A novel about Project Management, Tom DeMarco, Dorset House 1997
 Waltzing with Bears: Managing Risk on Software Projects, Tom De Marco & Timothy Lister, Dorset House 2003
 The Mythical Man-Month, Fredericks P. Brooks Jr., Addison Wesley 1975
 The Mythical Man-Month (Anniversary Edition with new Chapters), Fredericks P. Brooks Jr., Addison Wesley 1995
 Leading Quietly: An Unorthodox Guide To Doing the Right Thing, Harvard Business School Press 2002 The Skilled Facilitator: Practical Wisdom For Developing Effective Groups, Roger M. Schwarz, Jossey-Bass 1994