At the beginning of a recent class, I asked my students if any of them ride a snowboard. When just a single hand went up, I added, “how about skiing,” which garnered another outstretched arm or two. I then asked…
About Lorne Brinkman:
Lorne Brinkman cut his teeth writing computer software for his father’s small business when he was in high school. He went on to get a degree in Physics, but his love for solving business problems drew him back to the code.
Lorne has subsequently gained decades of experience leading teams that build complex software systems from the ground up, as well as directing salvage operations: turning previously-built disasters into successes. He’s built software for pharma, healthcare, insurance, banking, telecom, and more. He’s also spent a significant amount of time building tools and frameworks for use by others in the software industry.
In addition to his day job as a consultant, he’s also an Adjunct Assistant Professor in Computer Science.