During the last ten years working with several developers and teams of different sizes, I saw one re-occuring theme: Problems with creating high-quality software.
The reasons can be several:
- Missing fundamentals on how to write good code
- Little knowledge of software architecture and the relationship to the organization of software teams
- Fear of writing tests
- Systems and processes that do not support the goal of achieving high-quality
- "Knowledge-islands" build by older developers
- and many more
I help teams in dealing with these problems. I make them visible for management, so teams receive time and budget to improve the situation.
The ROI is simple to calculate and the results show how things are improving.
My name is Holger Frohloff and I live in Berlin with my wife, two daughters and our cat.
Most of the time I look a lot like this: