About

TechnologyConversations.com is the result of after-the-office-hours talks between Viktor Farcic and Jordi Falguera. We would go to a bar or a pub, order a drink and some “tapas” and discuss. Those discussions could be anything from frustration regarding some work decision we had no control of, discussion about the latest article or blog post we read and, more than anything, planning of our next steps in the continuous struggle to improve processes in our own company. Many successful (and some failed) improvements were implemented in our company as a result of those conversations. Our objective was to turn big, international and well established but, in many aspects, backward company into something more productive, modern and to be proud of.

For the long time we kept those discussions for ourselves until, near the end of 2013, we decided to share our “discussions” with the world outside the close corporate environment. Thus, TechnologyConversations.com site was born.

Viktor Farcic is a Software Architect during the day. Outside his office hours he is working on transitions from Waterfall to Agile processes with special focus on Behavior-Driven Development (BDD), Test-Driven Development (TDD) and Continuous Integration, Deployment and Delivery (CI/CD).

Contact Details:

  • E-mail: viktor@farcic.com
  • Twitter: vfarcic
  • Skype: vfarcic

Jordi Falguera is a Software Developer that recently moved to the dark side and became manager. Now he’s actively working from a management perspective to improve the software delivery model by trying to implement well-known best practices (Agile, BDD, TDD, Continuous Delivery) to old-fashioned models (Waterfall).

Contact Details:

  • E-mail: jordi.falguera@gmail.com
  • Twitter: jordi_falguera

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