Over 15 years as a software developer and consultant, I've developed an approach I call Dialectical Consulting.
Have you ever considered teaming up with a software consultancy as your game co-development partner? It might be time you did.
In the last two years, I’ve been part of a much larger team, on a single project, operating as a tech lead.
At Atomic the software consultant & developers are product innovators, tool sharpeners, process geeks and, of course, skilled developers.
For the past few months, I've gone on a journey to build my consulting skills. Here is what I've discovered along the way.
A software consultancy is a company that creates software for other companies. Let me give you three reasons to work at a software consultancy.
We must contribute more than code. We must become programming consultants, helping our stakeholders make smart decisions that deliver maximum value.
It’s important for your software team to build goodwill when you’re facing tough conversations around scope, budget, or rotating team members.
I love podcasts. Here are some favorites that help me provide great consulting to our clients in the pre-project consulting phase.
As a consultant, I’m responsible for looking and planning ahead and keeping us focused on the right work, even during a software client's reorganization.
I hope this post is an interesting window into life as a software consultant for anyone without much idea about how that works.