A few years ago, I thought about becoming a consultant. I like to help people with the things I do everyday, and becoming a consultant looked like the way to go.
I made the right decision to stay at Typemock for three more years. I’ve learned more, appeared more in the public eye, and thought more about what I’d like to do and how to achieve my goals.
And now the time is right.
I’m starting to offer my consulting, training and coaching services around these topics:
- Technical practices: Unit testing, TDD, BDD, design and other developer practices.
- Product development: Lean product development, getting feedback and integrating it back, running beta programs and creating the support behind it.
- Agile practices: Some XP, some scrum, kanban – selecting the right practices for the team, transforming and winning.
If you’ve read this blog for a while (and if you haven’t I’ll be very pissed), you might be asking what kind of consultant I’d be. You know, after giving consultants a harsh whipping once in a while.
I hope I’ll be the same me. The loudmouth, opinionated, pragmatic and practical guy that helps solves real problems, not giving text-book recipes.
I want to stay this guy, and I know you’ll keep me honest.
If you’re interested in these services, contact me here.
In the meantime, the blog is going to continue, and I’m going to do some overhauling to the site. It’s about time.
I also got a few surprise coming soon, so stay tuned.
So it begins.
Wish me luck.