My journey in software began when my father brought home an Apple II Plus while I was in elementary school. It didn't take me long to realize I had a passion for writing software, which brought together both my creative and analytic interests. After graduating college with a computer science degree, I moved to Boston in hope of finding a job in software. With a lot of hard work and a little luck, I found my first job in a company called Easel and a team that later became known as the "first Scrum team."
I enjoy working with innovative customers, creating products that drive real customer value, solving complex problems, working with great engineers, and building product-driven businesses that pioneer new technical solutions to business problems. It's fortunate I get paid for what I do, because I'd be doing it for free.