53 ( +1 | -1 ) Anything designed to play both d4 and e4 as soon as possible (d5, e5 for Black) is about as fast as it gets in terms of development. The only way to make it faster is pretty much to gambit pawns, either by directly giving away one of the central pawns or offering up a flank pawn in some manner to gain the ability to push those central pawns. Just glancing at your games, this seems to be pretty much what you're doing, so you're probably fine in terms of getting the fast positions you want.
52 ( +1 | -1 ) If you want to develop faster than normal, you probably should just gambit the c-pawn in something like the Danish Gambit, Goring Gambit, or Scotch Gambit. The Evans Gambit is also a good option for developing rapidly. Of course, all of these have their own problems (namely, that they lose one or more pawns), but you can't have everything in chess.
As for Black--answering 1. e4 with 1... e5 and 1. d4 with 1... d5 is probably the fastest way to develop, but the slow build-up type play (1... Nf6, 1... e6, etc.) is also good.