One thing I have recently realized is that we, as a profession, fall into the trap of focusing on how-we-do-our-work looks, instead of what we actually produce.Read more
Since January 2018 I have offered various consultancy services and ad-hoc help for small to medium size businesses that either develop software internally or work with an external vendor.
I can provide a helping hand as technical sparring partner, architect or developer. Either as a full time engagement over 3+ months or as a part time engagement over a longer period.
I have three primary areas where I help generate value for businesses.
Architecture and strategy advisory and sparring
Teams and development sparring
Looking foward to hearing from you:-)
It is easier than every before to overengineer and over-do.
Both technically and culturally.
Because of this, I think that one of the most important things to focus on at the moment,
is to keep things simple and perform value driven technical decisions.
Imposter syndrome has a tendency to nudge the majority of people to not
challenge the value of introducing silver bullets, additional layers or "smart" tech.
Sometimes smarter is harder.
It is extremely important that you get value and cost out in the open.
Even when you feel like "it is because I do not know enough
or I am not skilled enough to see the value and that it seems complicated to me"
I think we often need an IT building surveyor or similar to
inspect our reasoning and perform a sanity check on value and cost
in code, arechitecture and process.
Software Developers, especially experienced, are currently in short supply. The lack of software developers acts as a bottleneck for producing software solutions.Read more
Software Development is involved in almost any transformation, strategy implementation or move forward for any business or organization. Bad decisions of software developers can stifle the best laid plans, strategies or initiatives.Read more
Followup on conference talk in Stockholm - Value Driven Technical Decisions in Software DevelopmentRead more