In the previous post about “Theory about technical leadership” I just gave an overview of what I listened in a couple of courses on LinkedIn. I guess most of those opinions are correct, in the ideal World. I say that… Continue Reading →
We are used to think that hiring a new person, if he is valid, is new power for the company. Firing or not firing an employee avoid problems, increase performance and frees a place that can be replaced with someone… Continue Reading →
In April I changed company. I had a problem with my line manager, I try to stand the situation as much as I could (reason why, lately, a big percentage of my posts were related to leadership and culture) but… Continue Reading →
Again, again, I knoooow, it is a lot since last post. I am changing company (again, sigh), so yes, I had to spend all my holidays, meaning that on February I went in Belgium, I did a coast to coast… Continue Reading →
“At a software services firm, a 50% increase in team familiarity was followed by a 19% decrease in defects and a 30% decrease in deviations from budget. On audit and consulting teams, high familiarity yielded a 10% improvement in performance,… Continue Reading →
I am a senior software engineer with more than 10 years of experience, 5 of them in C++ and the latest 2 years as a Java / Scala / Coffeescript full stack developer.
I am passionate about programming languages, project management (I got in my free time the certification of PMI CAPM) and agile methodologies (Scrum and Kanban)