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Bastian Steinert

Bastian Steinert is a research assistant and Ph.D. candidate at the Hasso-Plattner-Institute (HPI) at the University of Potsdam. He is a member of the Software Architecture Group and involved in the "Agile Software Development in Virtual Collaboration Environments" project. His current research interests focus on agile software development, distributed agile software development, and collaboration environments.Bastian received a M.Sc. in Software Engineering from HPI in 2008. During his studies he contributed to the Adaptive Services Grid project funded by the European Union, was a student trainee at Daimler Chrysler Research / Mercedes Benz, developed collaboration software at Mindquarry GmbH, and was an intern at SAP AG and SAP Labs.

Projects

Can Design Thinking Improve Programming? III - From Problem Prevention to Graceful Recovery: Recovery Tools As Enabler For Trial and Error in Program Design

PI: Prof. Dr. Robert Hirschfeld Abstract Design methods can significantly improve program design activities. To … > mehr

Can Design Thinking Improve Programming II

PI: Prof. Dr. Robert Hirschfeld Abstract What would it mean for a programmer to work like a designer? Divergent and … > mehr

Can Design Thinking Improve Programming?

PI: Prof. Robert Hirschfeld Abstract What would it mean for a programmer to work like a designer? While many problems … > mehr

Agile Software Development

PI: Prof. Dr. Robert Hirschfeld Abstract Agile software development processes are iterative and incremental, embracing … > mehr

Programming Perspectives

PI: Prof. Dr. Robert Hirschfeld Abstract Agile software development and Design Thinking share values and principles. This … > mehr