MATTHIAS ECKHART‐ IT Professional & Trader
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ABOUT

PERSONAL DETAILS
Mitterweg 26, 8510 Marhof
website [at] eckhart [dot] me
+43 664 448 34 35
Hello. I am a Researcher Programmer Leader Trader
I am passionate about programming and trading
Welcome to my Personal and Academic profile

vita

brief biography

Matthias Eckhart, a professional in Information Technology, works as a research assistant at the University of Applied Sciences JOANNEUM. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Internet Technology and is currently enrolled in the graduate program IT & Mobile Security. His research interests include modern web frameworks such as Meteor or AngularJS, user experience (UX), as well as Information Security. More specifically, his work examines how small and medium-sized companies (SMEs) can adopt a low cost IT infrastructure for mobile applications which support them in their daily business.

When he is not researching or developing cutting-edge technology in his laboratory, Mr. Eckhart analyses the foreign exchange market. He is an enthusiastic technical analysis trader and often combines his profession with his passion, by programming automated trading systems.

You can contact him via e-Mail at website [at] eckhart [dot] me or on Twitter at @MatthiasEckhart.


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RÉSUMÉ

  • Education
  • 2018
    2016
    Kapfenberg

    IT Law & Management ‐ (M.A.)

    FH JOANNEUM ‐ University of Applied Sciences

    Project Management Law E-commerce Entrepreneurship IT Auditing IT Governance IT Compliance General Computing
  • 2017
    2015
    Kapfenberg

    IT & Mobile Security ‐ (M.Sc.)

    FH JOANNEUM ‐ University of Applied Sciences

    Cryptography Mobile Security Software Security Mobile Apps Cross-Platform Development Secure Software Design Hacking Hardware Security Operating System Security Cloud Computing
  • 2015
    2013
    Kapfenberg

    Internet Technology ‐ (B.Sc.)

    FH JOANNEUM ‐ University of Applied Sciences

    Java C Python JavaScript Computer Science Mathematics Data Structures & Algorithms Software Design & Quality Databases System Administration Project Management IT Law Marketing
  • Academic and professional positions
  • NOW
    2015
    Kapfenberg

    Research assistant

    FH JOANNEUM ‐ University of Applied Sciences

    IT Security JavaScript Python ReST Scientific Working
  • NOW
    2015
    Gratkorn

    Development Toolchain Engineer

    NXP Semiconductors

    Java C Eclipse PDE IT Security
  • 2015
    2015
    Graz

    Software development intern

    SSI Schäfer PEEM

    Java PL/SQL
  • 2015
    2014
    Kapfenberg

    Student assistant

    FH JOANNEUM ‐ University of Applied Sciences

    JavaScript ReST Cross-Platform development
  • Certifications
  • Functional Programming Principles in Scala (Coursera)

  • Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)

  • Certified Professional for Requirements Engineering (CPRE)

  • Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP)

  • Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA)

  • Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS)

  • Microsoft Advertising Accredited Professional

  • Google AdWords Qualified Individual

  • Entrepreneur’s Skills Certificate

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PUBLICATIONS

PUBLICATIONS LIST
10 DEZ 2015

How Scrum Tools May Change Your Agile Software Development Approach

Vienna, Austria

A major problem for distributed Scrum teams is proper communication between the involved parties to ensure the quality of the final product. This is especially true for coordination issues …

Conferences Selected Matthias Eckhart, Johannes Feiner

How Scrum Tools May Change Your Agile Software Development Approach

Matthias Eckhart, Johannes Feiner Conferences Selected

A major problem for distributed Scrum teams is proper communication between the involved parties to ensure the quality of the final product. This is especially true for coordination issues such as sharing requirements, time schedules, to-dos and code artefacts. Hence, ScrumMasters complain frequently about software tools not suiting their daily needs when supporting agile teamwork, finally leading to the fact of not using a Scrum tool at all. In this paper we describe the extensive interviews held with selected ScrumMasters in which they explained their current tools and the existing gap to their real needs. Within this context, they were able to define the features and aspects they really need. After collecting those requirements for their daily work, we extracted the most wanted ingredients, prioritised them and finally forged them into an Open Source tool called Scrumpy, helping us to present a first solution, which focuses on the agile philosophy of Scrum and the elements needed most by ScrumMasters. Features of Scrumpy include, for example, web-based access to the task board with real-time updates, advanced dashboard visualisation techniques and a sophisticated chat system, which enables effortless communication for distributed teams. Although we already have first anecdotal feedback from users, we plan to improve the tool in a next step by adding more commodity features, perform additional mobile usability tests and systematically evaluate Scrumpy with a large number of end users.

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