I’ve worked as a trainer for many years, for both small companies and large corporations such as DHL, Daimler and more.
I strive to make my trainings as client-focused, engaging and instructive as I can – no endless, booring snoozefests on my watch!
Indeed, the less I talk during a training, the better. Let’s be honest: endlessly droning on about something is boring for trainers as well.
The difficult (but fascinating) thing about DevOps is that the magic resides in the complicated interconnections between different layers, perspectives, even person.
What makes it hard isn’t the 300 pages of the DevOps Handbook – it’s the 800 pages worth of things between the lines.
So it’s hardly surprising that it’s difficult to pull off something as complex as introducing DevOps by oneself.
With my combination of experience (I’ve been playing this game for a long time!), teaching experience, and technical knowledge, I can be your sparring partner, to hash out your approach, look back to learn, or look forward to plan.
As a certified DASA DevOps Coach I also bring the formal credentials to the table.
Pressed for time? Completely lost? Maybe a coaching approach (finding the right questions and answers together) isn’t what’s needed right now: you need somebody who already knows the answers, and will help you set the necessary things in motion.
I can be that person.
As a dyed-in-the-wool engineer, I can talk shop with the engineers, but as a businessman I understand the needs of the business. Over the course of my career, I’ve filled all roles in the software value stream, from specification to testing to managing teams.
If there’s anything I can help you with, please don’t hesitate to contact me