Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Team bootstrap

As some of you may know, recently I changed my employer. I decided to start working for the pretty large american corporation - Pitney Bowes. We specialize in hardware and software solutions for automation and monitoring of postal processes and surroundings (printing, packaging, delivery and so forth).

I'm responsible for setting up and leading engineering team for Java development center emerging here in Poland (Bielsko-Biała). This is the very first Polish team outsourcing the US Pitney Bowes Global Technology Center. This is pretty exciting opportunity as I've been granted much freedom in shaping the form of the team being created here on the Polish site.

As I'd like to summarize my existing team leading experiences and confront them with the best practices of others, I decided to create this blog tag - team bootstrap. I plan to publish here my thoughts on building the efficient Java team with the strong engineering culture.

BTW If you...

  • are available to work in the office in Bielsko-Biała (Poland)
  • know Java
  • would like to work on the challenging messaging-related project
  • would like to work in the team with engineering culture certified by my humble person
...then you should drop me a line :) .

1 comment:

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