Testimonials

Ratings, reviews and testimonials are important. But why would I duplicate the recommendations I’ve received on LinkedIn here? (Info for developers: Of course I’d embed them here, but without me hiring people I won’t be granted full LinkedIn API access.)

Nonetheless here’s some negative and positive things people said about the trainings I gave:

★☆☆☆☆   “Doesn’t speak Russian.”

I do, but очень плохо.

 

★☆☆☆☆   “Too many games when explaining agile concepts.”

Learning and having fun is not a contradiction.

 

★☆☆☆☆   “He never got us to participate with candies 🙁

But I got them to participate.

 

“I like that you always manage to bring structure to the meetings/sessions you hold – that’s why I’ve asked that you also attend our [project] workshops to help mold the discussion parts. Also the organisation of games/activities on the product workshop was really nice and I think we all got a lot out of that, defining what we do and what we don’t do.”
Andrew Grant

 

“Always approachable and engaged into really making things work, not just saying some pretty words and disappearing until the next meeting.”
Pedro Garcia Mota

 

“Patient, dedicated, never gives up.”
Dmytro Boguslavskyy