[Announcement] – AgileScout adds Sameer Bendre as Executive Contributor

AgileScout.com is happy to announce that we’ve grown +1 (again).

We’re happy to introduce Sameer Bendre as he joins AgileScout as an Executive Contributor.

Sameer has around 13 years of experience in IT industry. He started as a software developer and moved on to be a QA analyst, functional lead, project lead, business analyst and project management consultant. He has been an agile learner since 2006 and has been implementing & advocating agile practices since then on his consulting engagements. He has served in all the scrum roles: team member, scrum master & product owner. Sameer holds a Bachelors in Engineering and is also a Certified Scrum Master (CSM) & Project Management Professional (PMP).
Sameer is on the SF Agile 2012 conference committee. He volunteers as a Program Manager with PMI Atlanta’s Agile Interest Group and is a Product Owner on PMI Agile Community of Practice for Knowledge Management & Community Editorial board teams. He lives and breaths the servant leader principle.
He is a foody, amateur photographer, amateur golfer and likes to improve his guitar skills when he can find time between his crazy schedule. On weekends, he prefers to focus on health by going on long walks, hiking and swimming with his wife, Meghana.

Author: peter

Peter Saddington is an Organizational Scientist and Certified Scrum Trainer. You can find him at AgileforAll.com

15 thoughts on “[Announcement] – AgileScout adds Sameer Bendre as Executive Contributor”

    1. Mr. DJB – Thanks. You’re the only one remaining from my volunteer friends on SA/CSM group that I’ve not yet met. I’m looking forward to #SFAgile2012 and the #Zomblatt thing..

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  2. Sameer! I’m so glad we are now “scouting” together here! I see that you already have an enthusiastic reception from several of our colleagues out there in the Land of Agile. No surprise. 😉

    The thing that makes me laugh is remembering that you and I each had to travel from Atlanta to Columbus, Ohio to be introduced to each other at Agile Coach Camp US 2011. #accus What a great camp it was!

    PS, Special thanks and shout out to our friend @andrewmfuqua, lynchpin of @agileatlanta for so many years, since our early XP-Atlanta days! Thank you Andrew!

    1. It was a funny thing really. That visit to ACCUS, brought @andrewmfuqua and me closer as friends & WE got introduced. It was an amazing event and trip. I am glad I made that trip!

    1. I LOVE hearing back from friends. Thanks Carlos for your inspiring words. Will we get to meet at Atlanta Scrum Gathering?

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