Adobe Systems. USA.

Peter Green started his software career as a tester for Cool Edit Pro then Adobe Audition after Adobe acquired Cool Edit. After releasing three versions of Audition, Peter became the Program Manager for Adobe’s audio products and and led the team to adopt scrum for Soundbooth CS3, becoming a CSM from Ken Schwaber and acting as ScrumMaster for the project. After a very successful Soundbooth release, Peter became the Group Program Manager for Adobe’s Creative Suite. While not doing this “day-job”, Peter was actively sharing his experience using scrum with other Adobe teams. He coordinated several in-house CSM training sessions with Ken Schwaber during that cycle, and worked to build an agile community at Adobe. After shipping CS4, Peter became Adobe’s full time scrum trainer and coach, and has since trained more than 1300 developers in dozens of teams across all of Adobe’s business units, and coached. Peter stays active in the scrum community, studying the training techniques of leaders like Mike Cohn and Alistair Cockburn, presenting at conferences, and blogging at www.agilepeter.com.

Sessions: How scrum helped Adobe deliver the best release of their Creative Suite video products yet