Practicing the Timeless Wisdom of Egoless Programming
My passion is taking a metaphysical approach to software engineering: what is the nature of the collaborative game that we continuously play, and are there better, more contextually-aware ways to play that game?
By day I lead a team tasked with taking a first-principles-centric approach to intentionally enabling programming language usage at the largest bank in the United States.
By night I write and teach my way through a masterclass in software engineering and architecture targeting early-career software engineers working in large-scale enterprise technology organizations.
To win the game. More seriously: to get 1% better every day at providing business value through software.
I’m a 22-year veteran of the enterprise software industry. I’ve played almost every role I can imagine:
I’ve worked at Fortune 500 companies, a tenacious teal cloud startup, and a not-for-profit children’s hospital. I’ve written a book, and I’ve hosted a podcast. I’ve learned a lot along the way, including many things I wish I’d known when I first got started. And so now I want to pass those learnings on to you, especially if you’ve only just begun your career.
I am taking a break from the conference circuit!