|Software project and architecture review|
Review/2nd opinion of your software project.
As companies grow in size, they need more complex software to support their business. Especially in markets that are not technology-driven, it's often hard to find good independent advice. You get offers from technology companies that show you they can build everything and make all your dreams come true, but how do you know if their proposals are any good? What questions do you need to ask them? How do you know if their budget estimates are realistic, or if you are overpriced?
I believe that through my experience building scalable software infrastructures, I am in the position to offer good quality impartial advice. I will help you ask better questions, identify potential problems and negotiate a better price as a result.
My IT services
How does it work?
We can talk on Skype, MSN or via e-mail about what you are looking for. If we both think that it's a good idea to get me involved, we make a detailed plan how I can help. If I believe I'm not experienced enough in the areas you mention, then I will immediately tell you so.
I'm a 30 year old Dutch IT guy. I've received my MSc from Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. Since then, I've worked for one of the largest Chinese IT companies. I mainly focus on backend design and implementation, because this is most interesting I believe. I am not an expert on "frontend" stuff (such as HTML, CSS, JS, etc). I'm also not an expert on Microsoft technology stacks. I am very good at judging architectures based on Linux stacks though and I have worked with many open source projects. I am interested in software architectures, design patterns and scalability.
You can contact me via the contact link in the menu.
|Last Updated ( Thursday, 11 November 2010 )|