From my humble beginnings working for minimum wage, creating a billing system back in 1986, I've worked with many different vertical businesses.
By being as transparent in my opinions as possible, I've earned the trust of developers from around the world.
I've written eight books as well as articles for great publications like MSDN Magazine, CODE Magazine, Smashing Magazine, and many others.
My videos, conference talks, and courses have always avoided dogma. Because I understand the importance in actually shipping software, I don't get caught up in the argument over purity.
We have decided to not call it "consulting" or "architecture" because, at the end of the day, the goal of this kind of service is to make your team better. It may be to validate what they are doing or to help change direction, to help with pair programming of key components, or even one-on-one training. We want to make sure you are prepared for whatever comes your way with our coaching.Read More...
Sometimes it helps to get a project started by someone who will take the architecture and pragmatism into account. That's where I can help. We're not a head-count shop. I'm just one developer, but I can help with exemplars and component development.Find Out More