Bio: Einar Landre is a practicing software professional with about 30 years’ experience as a developer, architect, manager, consultant, and author/presenter. Currently working for Statoil and heading up an department delivering IT tools for the drilling operations, he is engaged in business critical application development, architecture reviews and software process improvement activities, Domain Driven Design, use of Multi-Agents and design of large scale networked software intensive systems. Before joining Equinor (former Statoil), Mr. Landre has held positions as consultant and department manager with Norwegian Bouvet, Development manager of TeamWide, technical adviser with Skrivervik Data (SUN & CISCO distributor) and finally software developer with Norsk Data where he implemented communication protocols, operating systems and test software for the international space station. Over the last 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, SPE and Saturn. He has presented at several international conferences in Europe and the US. His professional interests include object oriented programming, enterprise application architecture, multi-agents, autonomous systems design, requirements analysis and specification, use of systems engineering practices, agile methodologies and leadership in high-tech organizations. He is a member of the ACM and the IEEE Computer Society, as well as the SPE (Society Petroleum Engineers). Mr. Landre holds a MSc in Information Technology from the University of Strathclyde, is an IEEE certified software development professional (CSDP) and lives with his family in Stavanger, Norway.

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