I blog about several of my passions. Some are career oriented. Some are just for fun. You’ll find descriptions and links just below.
Coaching & Training
Are you needing someone to help with an agile transformation or to help with leadership or personal development? Scroll on past the blogs. You’ll find more links.
I love leading teams through agile transformations. Whether it’s software developers or some other business, an agile approach focuses your team around the high-value deliverables using strategic teamwork and short, iterative goals.
As an engineer, I lead others to develop multi-million dollar solutions. Because of that, engineering leadership is a passion that I frequently promote and discuss. A friend and I have a blog dedicated to engineers, their careers, and developing their leadership.
Everyone needs multiple streams of income. Owning rental property is one of mine and I highly recommend it. If you’re interested in residential, commercial, or vacation rentals as an investment, some of what you’ll find here will help you out.
I like to think of myself as a semi-professional beer drinker. Since 2010, I’ve been reviewing beer, posting pictures of it, and simply enjoying it. Well, I’ve been enjoying it for a lot longer than that.
Is your team looking to move to agile practices? Do you want them to develop leadership skills, better communication habits, stronger collaboration? I can help.
Are you ready to advance your career? Do you want to move into leadership or further develop the skills you already have? Let’s ratchet your career up a notch.
My name is Tracy Thomason. I’m a speaker, author, software developer (rarely, though, these days,) agile coach, team leader, manager, real estate investor, entrepreneur, Toastmaster, and craft beer drinker (sometimes brewer, though rarely.) Sure, I like red wine, too.
As a raging introvert, for the first 15 years of my career, I mostly kept my mouth shut and my eyes glued on the screen of my computer. Around 2005, I discovered a “little” organization called Toastmasters which pushed me in new directions. I became a tech lead, team lead, Certified Scrum Master, scrum coach, development manager, and eventually discovered that I was more passionate about leadership theory and business processes as I’d ever been about programming.
Now that’s what I do – lead teams and help others lead their teams, too.