When I went independent, my goal was to help more teams reach their full potential.
I've been a developer for a lot of years now. It all started as a game while I was a kid, trying to understand how websites were made, and later turned into a job.
Along the way, I've learned that sustainably delivering value to users comes from a good understanding of their needs, rightly applied technical skills, and an environment focused on team autonomy.
It was time for me to move to an Agile & Craft coach position to grow this agile and product-oriented mindset in other teams.
I have a vast range of interests, from pure technical stuff to product management and organization strategy. To be honest, I'm not an expert in every subject, and this is probably not a problem. I know enough about these topics to start conversations, ask the questions you wouldn't ask, challenge the status quo, and bring people with different perspectives together to work toward a common goal as a team.