Lars has been in research and development since 2001. He's technically curious and sees himself as an investigative cartographer of systems, but in recent years he's also developed a fascination for how communication, group psychology, cognitive biases and problem framing influences how anything gets done (or doesn't). He's a strong proponent for the context-driven approach to testing, and has experience from both waterfall and agile projects in a variety of roles. In his spare time he enjoys tinkering with Arduinos and launching high powered rockets. He works as a consultant for House of Test.