While most of the team members care about estimate just as part of a routine of the Scrum methodology, estimating tasks is quite important for those members of the team, or even of the company, that deal with senior management… Continue Reading →
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 →
The best way to improve the quality of our work is to learn and keep up to date on new theories. And that is not all: even revising our knowledge is a good practice. I worked in agile teams for… 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 →
I have been leading small group of developers, one way or the other, for a while now. Still I have never been officially a (tech or team) leader. But I worked for many years. I learn from the bests. I learned… Continue Reading →
Companies are made by men and women who work together for creating value that leads the company to have profit. Blah blah blah. The last leaf in the company is the employee, the worker, that is doing his job. In… 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)