Scott Duncan has been involved in software engineering, quality assurance, process improvement, methods, standards, metrics, training and consulting since 1972. His involvement with agile methods began in 2002. Prior to that he worked in traditional development projects (from 2 to 250+ people). Scott worked 14 years at Bell Labs/Bellcore, 7 years in credit card transaction processing, 4.5 years in commercial (mainframe) software development, 4.5 years in CAD/construction/management software for processing & power plants and marine stuctures (e.g., ships, off-shore platforms), plus shorter periods (1-3 years) in publishing, state government, and agricultural products. Since 2005 he has been doing Agile/Scrum coaching & training full-time. He has been a speaker at dozens of conferences and companies over the years both in the USA and Europe. He has also been a US representative to ISO/IEC SC7/JTC1 standards work as well as being on the IEEE System and Software Standards Committee. Besides being a CSP, Scott has held ASQ's CSQE certification and has been trained as an ISO 9001 TickIT auditor and in both the CMM(R) and CMMI(R).
Agile Software Qualities, Lead Coach/Trainer
April 2016 - Present, , United States
Working part-time as an independent coach and trainer.
Intergraph, Agile/Scrum Coach/Trainer
October 2011 - April 2016, Madison, AL
I work for Intergraph's PP&M Division which develops software used to design, build and manage/operate large processing & power plants, offshore rigs, and (very) large ships.