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

  • Steering agile architecture course in Hamburg during July 7-8
    30 June 20162:05:06 pm by Tudor Girba
    During July 7-8 I will give a 2-day course on Steering agile architecture in Hamburg, Germany. The course is organized by
  • Steering agile architecture course in Ghent during May 26-27
    14 May 201610:05:43 pm by Tudor Girba
    During May 26-27 I will give a 2-day course on Steering agile architecture in Ghent, Belgium. The course is organized by
  • Pharo 5.0
    13 May 20165:05:57 pm by Tudor Girba
    Dear World, The time has come for Pharo 5.0! Pharo50-screenshot.png Pharo 5.0 is our most significant release yet. Here are some highlights: * The PharoVM is now based on Spur, the new memory man...
  • Speaking at ArchConf San Diego, 2016
    22 March 201611:56:41 am by Tudor Girba
    I will again be present at ArchConf. The spring edition is organized in San Diego during April 4-7. I will start with a 1 day tutorial on Steering agile architecture, and in the last day I will follow...
  • Solving real problems without reading code on the NFJS podcast
    21 March 201610:05:49 am by Tudor Girba
    When I was at ArchConf 2015 in Fort Lauderdale, I had a conversation with Michael Carducci around the issue of how to solve real problems without reading code. As usual, I argued that code reading is ...

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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