My name is Tudor Girba

My name is Tudor Gîrba. I build tools and techniques for improving the productivity and happiness of software teams. I currently act as software environmentalist at feenk gmbh, a coaching and consulting company I co-founded.

In 2014 I received the Dahl-Nygaard Junior Award for my work on modeling and visualization of evolution and interplay of large numbers of objects.

I blog

  • Talks at ArchConf December 2016
    22 November 20168:48:01 am by Tudor Girba
    During December 12-15 I will be at ArchConf where I will give eight 90-minute sessions on several topics: * Solving real problems without reading code * Steering agile architecture * Software envir...
  • Software environmentalism at SPLASH-I 2016 (video)
    16 November 20169:00:59 pm by Tudor Girba
    The talk on software environmentalism I gave in October at SPLASH-I is now available online.
  • Software environmentalism at SPLASH-I 2016
    3 November 201611:49:18 pm by Tudor Girba
    Tomorrow, I will talk about software environmentalism at SPLASH-I.
  • Software environmentalism at CodeMotion Amsterdam 2016
    10 October 20167:52:31 am by Tudor Girba
    In May, I gave a talk about software environmentalism at CodeMotion Amsterdam. This was the first time I talked about this topic to an industry audience. The talk is now available.
  • Lam Research evaluates Pharo
    25 August 201610:57:53 am by Tudor Girba
    We are very happy to make the following announcement: Lam Research, a leading supplier of wafer fabrication equipment and services to the global semiconductor industry, is an experienced user of the ...

I build

I build projects. I lead the work on the Moose platform for software and data analysis, I initiated the work on the Glamorous Toolkit project for reinventing the software development environment, and I am a board member of the Pharo programming language and environment.

I also authored the humane assessment method for making software engineering decisions, and the demo-driven approach to embedding design thinking in software development.

I simply love teaching and presenting.

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