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I've got a MSc degree in computer science from the University of Oslo, and I've been professionally developing Java applications since 2004. I worked in Oslo/Norway for a few years, and moved to Bonn/Germany in January 2009 where I now work as operations manager at Eyeo.
I'm passionate about software development, and a big fan of lean/agile methods and systems thinking (they call it DevOps now). I have experience with a wide range of open-source projects and development tools, especially in Java-land.

Taking care of code quality and infrastructure is something I end up doing in every project. I'm also concerned about how teams work together, and I often push agile practices to this end. I dig test-driven development, pair-programming, whiteboards and everything that just makes sense for humans working together.

Also on the micro-level I like to optimize: I'm obsessed with keyboard shortcuts, I prefer command-line over clicking around with mouse, and I'll hack away in any scripting language, whether I know it or not, in order to automate boring tasks.

I'm also a big fan of developer communities across companies, and I contribute by blogging and giving presentations at local meetups and conferences. 


In early 2013, I created GitMinutes, a podcast for proficient Git users.
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