I was lucky meeting people who really care a lot about quality when I started my software development career in 2007, which made me passionate about learning how things can be done in better ways.
I love organising things and utilising their presentation, so I spend lots of time researching good practices related to software development, design, business intelligence, continuous improvement, and try to apply the principles and advocate their adoption.
I enjoy speaking in public at events, such as Agile Yorkshire, to advocate design guidelines related to Business Intelligence and how data visualisation can be used effectively to enable consistent understanding.
I regularly attend software development and usability events to expand my knowledge and stay connected with the community. In my downtime I like walking and cycling with some friends to explore different places.