David J. Anderson- Senior Director For Software Engineering In Corbis

David J. Anderson is the Senior Director For Software Engineering of Corbis in Seattle, Washington. David got his degree in Electronics and Computer Science at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK.

Before he joined Corbis, he was the architect for the MSF methodology with Microsoft, in Redmond, Washington. September 2003, David published his first book entitled “ Agile Management for Software Engineering” Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference, Upper Saddle River, New York. David has his own website for the promotion of his own book. Anderson has also 6 U.S. Patents and has another 5 pending for his work in telecoms and the internet.

During the 1980’s David was the top computer games developer in Ocean Software in the UK. He was able to publish more than 20 titles and that includes the game called “Rambo” which one of Sylvester Stallone’s movie.

In 1982, David started his career in business software as a games programmer. He worked at Sinclair ZX81 in Z80 assembly language. In 1997, he joined the team which created the agile software development method known as Feature Driven Development in Singapore. David worked at Motorola, Sprint PCS and earlier in his career with two startups in the UK – Rombo, a video imaging company – and MDi Systems, a document imaging company and he handled managerial positions.

He has great experience in different computer games, video, banking, telecoms, software tools, digital and document imaging and digital rights management industries. David is presently living at Seattle, Washington.

Great job for David Anderson! He is a great programmer, especially in developing games.


~ by Andrew Reynolds on September 19, 2007.

One Response to “David J. Anderson- Senior Director For Software Engineering In Corbis”

  1. oh the good old z80 assembly days! I made a loading counter for the spectrum in assembly!
    I remember playing Rambo on the speccy, ocean software – their logo was my inspiration to make my own logo for my own software company. I was 13 at the time!

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