Matthijs as an agile professional
As an agile professional, agile coach, scrum master, I focus on short feedback loops on product, attitude and behavior to create a continuous trust-based learning process for the team, individual and environment. As a former professional software developer and current software hobbyist I understand how good practices (regarding code, quality, testing, automation, monitoring, continuous integration, continuous deployment) in IT can help speed up a software development team. I am an open and energetic creative optimist that is driven by growing as a team and as a person.
For a bit more detail see LinkedIn.
What I've shared
Some things I've shared publicly over time.
The See, Feel, Do retrospective
A retrospective format I dubbed "See, Feel, Do" and how I applied it for a traumatic event heavily affecting the teams.
Read about "The See, Feel, Do retrospective" on LinkedIn
Matthijs' agile knowledge base
A mini search engine in order to keep the best articles regarding agile practices at hand. Curated by yours truly, available for the world to see.
Matthijs' agile master knowledge base
Continuous learning is a tremendous drive. Below are some certificates I've gathered during my quest of self-improvement.
Professional Scrum Developer
August 2021 - Scrum.org
Scaled Professional Scrum
July 2021 - Scrum.org
Professional Agile Leadership - Evidence Based Management
January 2021 - Scrum.org
Professional Scrum with Kanban I
May 2019 - Scrum.org
Professional Agile Leadership I
February 2019 - Scrum.org
Professional Scrum Master II
April 2018 - Scrum.org
Professional Scrum Master I
May 2016 - Scrum.org
Professional Product Owner I
November 2017 - Scrum.org
ITIL Foundation Certificate in IT Service Management
August 2018 - Axelos
ISTQB Certified Tester Foundation Level
March 2018 - International Software Testing Qualifications Board
Inspiring and Motivating Individuals
February 2019 - Coursera/University of Michigan
Design Thinking for Innovation
September 2018 - Coursera/University of Virginia
July 2018 - Coursera/University of Colorado Boulder