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Einar Landre is a practicing software professional with 25 years' experience as a developer, architect, manager, consultant, and author/presenter. He currently works for StatoilHydro's Business Application Services, where he engages in business critical application development, architecture reviews, and software process improvement activities. Before joining StatoilHydro, Mr Landre held positions as developer, consultant, and manager, working with the design and implementation of communication protocols, operating systems, and test software for the International Space Station. In recent years Mr Landre has become an active member of the professional community, where he has been author and coauthor of several papers presented at OOPSLA and SPE (Society of Petroleum Engineers). His professional interests include object-oriented programming, autonomous systems design, use of systems engineering practices, agile methodologies, and leadership in high-tech organizations.
Mr Landre holds a MSc in Information Technology from the University of Strathclyde and is an IEEE certified software development professional (CSDP). He lives with his family in Stavanger, Norway.
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