Carsten Grønbjerg Lützen

Carsten Grønbjerg Lützen

Agile Speaker and Scala Developer

Personal Profile

I'm a SCRUM Master and Engineer at LEGO® System A/S with an MSc in Computer Science and a soft spot for Software Engineering and methodologies. Hence here is my take on different agile and plan oriented methodologies and how we learn to use them effectively in our everyday life. Especially with an agile agenda.

Work Experience

Application Engineer at The LEGO Group

May 2015 - Present

Part of Corporate IT - Marketing - Business Innovation Solutions. My focus is on helping our agile processes to improve and share our knowledge with the other teams and push the agile agenda and journey forward. I coach other teams and give presentations and workshops on agile methodologies, tools and how to balance agile in a complex business.

I also develop non-blocking asynchronous global solutions.
We are a small agile team within LEGO using new technologies to meet the demands of the business. Our solutions are developed on the JVM Stack, hence Scala, Groovy and Java.

Lead Developer at A/S

November 2014 - April 2015

My focus is on SOLID architecture and code, creating modularized high quality and scaleable solutions. I introduced continuous integration, automated test procedures and better ways of documenting flow in the code.

Software Developer at FynskeMedier

October 2007 - October 2014

I helped developing and maintain, with well-formed, well-documented and scalable solutions. Working as a full-stack developer.

Key Skills

  • Agile Methodologies
  • Agile Mindset
  • Coaching
  • Confleunce
  • JIRA Admin
  • Planoriented Methodologies
  • Scala
  • Software Documentation


2014 - University of Southern Denmark

Master of Science (MSc), Computer Science

Worked as Teaching Assistent in several Software Engineering courses. My master thesis was in the Cheminformatics field trying to create a tool for automated synthesis planning.

2012 - University of Southern Denmark

Bachelor of Science (BSc), Computer Science

My bachelor thesis was an object oriented compiler showcasing many modern features such as dynamic self referencing, overloading, scopes and other features expected from a modern langunage.