« Scott Nonnenberg


Posts tagged 'business'

Starting on Signal May 17

I’ve decided to put away my consultant hat for a while, because I’ve joined Open Whisper Systems to work on their Signal Desktop application! I’m really excited to contribute to such an important... Read more »

An Agile organization Feb 21

What does an Agile company look like? Most discussion of Agile is about the software development methodology, therefore only the software parts of an organization. But leadership wants to be able to... Read more »

Top ten pull request review mistakes Jan 25

I’ve worked on a whole lot of GitHub-hosted projects, whether personal, open-source, or on contract. Sometimes using the public GitHub, and other times GitHub Enterprise. But one thing is the same: it... Read more »

The technology side of Agile 2016 Oct 18

I’ve already written about why Agile is interesting in the first place, and how you might customize its application for your team. The hard truth is that you can’t become Agile overnight. People need... Read more »

Systems for collaboration 2016 Oct 04

A good workplace is a welcoming space for everyone, encourages open collaboration, and enables everyone to do their best work. Let’s talk about some of the techniques for collaboration I’ve learned in... Read more »

Contract: An unusual skillset 2016 Sep 20
Carrots, not sticks 2016 Jun 23
Customizing Agile 2016 Jun 07
Open Source and Feelings: The Challenge 2016 Jan 19
Systems and Incentives 2016 Jan 14
Enterprise Node.js/Javascript Difficulties 2016 Jan 13
The Why of Agile 2016 Jan 12
Open Source and Feelings: The Awesome 2016 Jan 06
Contract: Teaching! 2015 Oct 09
The dangerous cliffs of Node.js 2015 Feb 11
Node.js is not magical 2014 Dec 09
The Last Year 2014 Oct 02
Antidotes for antiskills 2014 Sep 12
Why I left LIFFFT 2013 Sep 16
12 things I learned from Microsoft 2013 Mar 17
Don't let this happen to you - lessons from a failed side project 2013 Feb 20

It's me!
Hi, I'm Scott. I've written both server and client code in many languages for many employers and clients. I've also got a bit of an unusual perspective, since I've spent time in roles outside the pure 'software developer.'