Welcome to my website where I hope you can discover some very useful information, tips, and lessons learned from what I have discovered along the path of my 2+ decades in the business, software development and IT world. I have tried to do the best I could to filter out the wheat from the chaff, so to speak, and provide what has really helped me, my teams, and ultimately my customers and clients.
Who is this guy, Scott?
To give you a sense of where my experience and the information, techniques and specific resources you will find on this site come from, I have created the diagram below to give you a sense of the number and types of client organizations I have worked with and for over the years. Each logo on my career pyramid represents where I have spent considerable time and effort and where I feel I have learned the most about what works and doesn’t work when it comes to software and business development projects that I have led or been otherwise a part of. In an effort to make this site as easy to use as possible I have made the information provided available via either client specific pages based on a template I put together AND via specific topic pages that reference back to the clients where the lessons learned originated.
See some details about many of these engagements on this page.
How can I find stuff on this site?
From the main navigation menu above you can see that I have organized the topic content of the site into the key topic areas (i.e., clients, projects, methodologies, etc.) that seemed like useful ways to organize the information on this site. It is my view that each of these contexts individually and collectively, play a key role in making sure that both the “what” and the “how” come together to get done what needs and must get done in both business and software development domains.
More important than how this site is organized is what this site is really about which I can summarize into one word though not of English origin and that is Kaizen which is best summarized according to Wikipedia as “Good Change”. I have forever sought to be the source of Kaizen in whatever context of my life I have found myself in.
Enjoy and Prosper !