I have been paid for coding since 1996, which led me to create three IT companies: I destroyed two, and the third was a success.
I fell in love with lean and agile methods in 2003 and have advocated for better software development and knowledge work practices since then.
Before and after getting hired by eBay in 2012, as a freelance, I worked for many European firms, including Amazon, Siemens, FAO, Lavazza, and Innoleaps.
I currently help companies develop their products in conditions of uncertainty, either in the start-up scene or corporate venture building.
I love ski touring, sailing, gliding, 3D printing, coding robots, and, recently, making cider.