I offer the development of applications with a technology stack based on PHP. Since 2011 I use this language and it’s my programming mother thong. With PHP I programmed insurance calculators for Dionera, human resource platforms for Neue Werte and Facebook applications for Rootcoonect.
I prefer to use a clean slate approach because this allows me to develop applications with a high velocity and quality. I also offer refactoring services to clean up an existing code base to reduce technical debt. I follow SOLID principles. For me Clean code is not just a phrase, but a mindset.
I prefer to have regular meetings with my customers to get feedback. This allows me to adapt the software fast to the requirements of the client and the market. I like to work in teams with an agile mindset. This could mean to work with Scrum and Kanban, or another agile approaches.
As a part of my GPMIPMA Level D certification I had to write a project report according to the requirements of IPMA. IPMA requires to use the classical project management tools to manage the project for the IPMA Level D report. Because of my practical experience with the negative aspects of classical project management methods I decided to use Scrum as an agile framework inside of the classical project management frame. This merges the best of both worlds: The theoretical predictability of the classical project management with the agility of Scrum. Hybrid project management can be a good solution for every company which stucks for external reasons in the classical project management frame, but wants to use a more agile project management framework. In my opinion specially projects in the public sector can be improved by using this tool set.
In 2021 I worked as an IT-Consultant at FourEnergy. In this position I worked as a Scrum Master for two German and one Romanian team for the Miele Cie. & KG. I also supported Miele as a member of the executive departement for agile transformation, the “Agile Center of Expertise”. Besides this I helped Miele in the cultural change from a classic to an agile company as Part of the “Culture & Mindset Initiative”.