Allen Holub (http://holub.com, @allenholub, firstname.lastname@example.org) is an internationally recognized software architect and consultant/trainer focusing on organizational agility. He speaks all over the planet on these topics and agile-friendly implementation technology like microservices and incremental/evolutionary architecture, but his bread and butter is helping you create or improve highly functional Lean/Agile organizations, and helping you design and build software architectures suitable for agile environments. He provides both in-house training and consulting services. Allen started his career as a hardware engineer, but after being pressed into writing a compiler and real-time operating system for the robot his team was building, ended up a developer. He's helped with many commercial applications, web based and otherwise, and has served twice as a CTO for early-stage startups.
Allen is widely published (10 books, many hundreds of articles both in print and online) and was a Contributing Editor at both Dr. Dobb's Journal and JavaWorld. His many video classes have been published by Pluralsight (Swift in Depth, Picturing Architecture, Object-Oriented Design), LinkedIn Learning (Architecture Fundamentals, and Domain-Driven Design), and O’Reilly (Design Patterns in the Real World). Allen taught for the University of California, Berkeley, Extension for many years, and is the current Chan-Norris Distinguished Professor of Computer Science at Mills College.
If you'd like to bring Allen in house for keynotes, consulting, or training work, set up a chat to discuss your needs.