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Based on years of research studies and original empirical data from over 5000+ real people's voices and experiences, I'm writing a book about the social and evidence science of developer teams.

Why this? 

It's never been more important to understand what really drives productivity on software teams -- and it's never been more clear that most engineering organizations aren't evidence-driven. Our world runs on code, but most of us never think about who is creating that code and under what circumstances. Good problem-solving environments for innovation will determine what we can solve now and in the future, and that starts with the social and evidence science of our teams.

Why me? 

I have a uniquely empathic and data-driven point of view on this topic. Having worked my own way out from a childhood with little access to technology all the way to some of the most elite educational and technology organizations in the world, I understand the resilience that drives innovation. My research lights a way to better understand how teams and communities form and fall apart, and how meaningful measurement can change which path we take. I know what it's like to be mismeasured, and I also know what it takes to transform people and places into evidence-based practices that sustain real, authentic human wellbeing and innovation. 

This book project is currently on the market and actively being considered. Reach out if you're interested in finding a home for it.  

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