Paul Sobocinski

Paul Sobocinski

Director of Engineering, Practice

Articles

Thu Sep 16

  • Software Development

Software Estimation on a Product Team Part 4: Planning Poker Estimation

Great teams build great products, and great processes enable great teams. Our Practice Director, Engineering, Paul Sobocinski, shares his thoughts on planning poker estimation in the fourth part of his ongoing series focussed on software estimation on product development teams.

Software Estimation on a Product Team Part 4: Planning Poker Estimation

Wed Nov 25

  • Software Development

Software Estimation on a Product Team: Part 3

In part three of his series on Software Estimation, Director of Engineering, Paul Sobocinski, walks us through the origin and application of story pointing and how it can be applied to help teams build better products.

Software Estimation on a Product Team: Part 3

Tue Sep 15

  • Software Development

Software Estimation on a Product Team: Part 2

In the second article in his series on software estimation, Director of Engineering, Practice, Paul Sobocinski walks us through the four reasons why engineers should utilize the practice.

Software Estimation on a Product Team: Part 2

Thu Aug 13

  • Software Development

Software Estimation on a Product Team: Part 1

Rallying a team around clear principles is the best way of creating alignment and delivering impact. In this piece, Paul Sobocinski, gives his view on the three key principles needed for effective software estimation.

Software Estimation on a Product Team: Part 1

Thu Feb 20

  • Software Development

Four Reasons Why Software Engineering Needs More Coderetreats

Great product builders are those who are constantly honing their craft. Connected’s Paul Sobocinski, Senior Software Engineer, explains exactly why attending Coderetreats is a valuable experience for junior and senior developers alike.

Four Reasons Why Software Engineering Needs More Coderetreats

Thu Nov 7

  • Software Development

Delivering Better Products Through Intention Driven Pairing

Software Engineer Paul Sobocinski explains Intention Driven Pairing, a pair programming methodology that can help improve our software development practice combining uninterrupted focus and continuous feedback to realize the benefits of both.

Delivering Better Products Through Intention Driven Pairing