Hans Erik Sørensen has a holistic approach towards software development and believes that in order for great products to emerge, a deep knowledge about technology, context of use, and team dynamics/personal development has to be available. In his more than 15 years in professional software development, he has covered areas as software architecture, usability, end-user education, project management, and process improvement.
Although the agile mindset and especially “Individuals and interactions over processes and tools” lies close to his heart, he has also knowledge about other not-agile frameworks and holds certifications in Prince2 and IPMA.
d60, Software consultant
August 2012 - Present, Århus, DK
Working as a team member on project for external customers. Besides that I am part of the software process improvement board that collects and educates in best practices.
Kamstrup, Project Manager (Product Owner) and Software developer
April 2006 - January 2012, Skanderborg, DK
Kamstrup are in the business of consumption metering and software/hardware for Automatic Meter Management. When I started, the software department where using a non-agile development process, but in the first year we changed to Scrum. After a couple of years as a developer in several Scrum teams my work tasks changed to focusing on customer needs and software architecture. For the last 1½ year I was the Product Owner of a larger software/hardware project with 4 scrum teams in Denmark and Ukraine.
CLC Bio, Software developer
March 2005 - March 2006, Århus, Denmark
Software developer in a very agile environment but without any defined process.
Systematic Software Engineering, Software developer
August 2000 - February 2005, Århus
Worked as a software developer in the healthcare department. At that time Systematic was using traditional software development processes (CMMI level 4).