Victor Rodrigues is Cochlear’s Chief Software Architect, where he has been for 17 years.

HeHe lea a team of highly specialised software engineers and user experience designers.

He has over 25 years experience in software design and development and is passionate about user centred design. Over the last few years he has helped bring to market technologies such as the MFi compatible Nucleus 7 System and Cochlear Link, both revolutionary products bringing unprecedented value to Cochlear’s customers and clinical partners whilst utilising state of the art technology and practice.

Victor has also co-authored a publication on Agile software development methods in the medical device industry and is a strong advocate for best practice methods and continuous improvement.

In his spare time, Victor is an avid cyclist and flies 4-seater aircraft around the country.

Posted by Gerry Scullion

Founder of This is HCD and host of Bringing Design Closer. Founder and CEO of This is Doing Ltd.

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