Agilist, recipient of Agile Alliance's 2006 Gordon Pask award and leprechaun hunter
Laurent Bossavit is mainly known as an Agilist and was a recipient of the 2006 Gordon Pask award from that community. He is, however, a firm believer in belonging to many tribes and traveling far and wide (intellectually and physically) to engage in the trade of that most precious commodity: useful ideas. He still likes to code and, at a stage where many who started in engineering have given it up in favor of management or other activities, enjoys it as a mostly full-time activity. He was able to achieve this by joining the State Startups initiative, part of the French Prime Minister's Modernization Programme. His hobbies include slaying software engineering Leprechauns and debugging his own brain.