In the IT and DevOps-ish field since 2005. Currently leading 150 DevOps people group in Accenture Latvia. Does a lot of talking internally for Accenture and its clients. Sometimes speaks or at least visits other IT conferences.
Uldis about himself – “I believe there is no “single me”. While being a technician and problem solver by my heart, during the last 6-7 years I have been very much interested in group psychology and therapy. Some 5 years I spent doing a lot of acting and directing in a theatre. In March of 2018, I started building my theatre troupe. Luckily my role in the company allows me to try out different methods and experiment with culture and hierarchies. I hate reading books but currently, that’s the only way, how to open my mind for new ideas.”
Uldis’ latest talks at conferences:
ENABLE YOUR ENGINEERS TO MAKE THE RIGHT DECISIONS WITH THE COST OF DELAY
Generally, we want to know how long the task will take and how much effort will be needed. However, we always get it wrong, don’t we?
We’ll investigate why all projects fail and look into musings of one of the Agile fathers, Donald G. Reinertsen, and his approach to the so-called Cost of Delay.
Also, just join if you like pokemons and looking for some fun.