Our Principal Consulting Software Developer, Peter Bayne, has been involved in software development teams since the mid-90s using technologies such as AWS, Python, and .Net, and most recently F#. Working in industries as broad-ranging as forestry science, factory automation, commerce, and hospital logistics.
His experience includes Technical Consultant at Double-O, leading the Software Development Practices group at Assurity, Product lead at Atlas Tech, and Senior Scientist at Scion Research.
Development of bespoke software, or as a member of your own development team.
In the cloud, on a mobile platform, as a micro-service, or an API
Continuous delivery of value from feature to customer.
Automation of the development and quality assurance pipeline all the way through to measuring the health and value of the deployed solutions
Train your own software development team.
in topics such as continuous delivery, software design, and micro-testing
Fire Behaviour Calculator based on algorithms developed Scion Research to help rural fire fighters predict fires
Dedicated project to add a licence consumption reporting portal for Seequent’s flagship products.
An interesting project involving collation of Kinesis stream events from a DynamoDB via series of Lambda functions and SQS queues into an Elastic Beanstalk hosted API and web portal.
Working as part of the Xtend-Life team to increase the sophistication of the connection between the sales and ordering backend to the marketing website.
Technical consulting and leadership in association with Double-O Consulting. Specialising in emergent architecture and technical practices such as test driven development.
Particular focus on the Callaghan Build For Speed improvement programme for startups, assessing and providing help for over 100 companies in the last year or two, such as Onside, Abacus Bio, Abley, and Jade Logistics.
(08 Apr 2019 with tags Continuous Delivery and Feedback)
Every project should ideally start off with considering how to show something to the stakeholders in the first day, and providing a mechanism to allow those stakeholders to provide feedback as simply as possible.