Who I am

I work with companies to streamline offshore software development between the US and India. Since 1999 I have spent about half of my time overseas on various software and IT projects. I'm American, but I have lived and worked in six Indian cities and in the Himalayan country of Bhutan.


What I do

I am a serious yoga practitioner, an amateur bluegrass mandolin player, and an aspiring writer. I’m fascinated by the culture and people of India. I'm a fan of open source software and agile development, but I'll also be the first to tell you that neither may be a good fit for your overseas project. Intrigued? I'm available for hire.

Aside from my software work, I run a website that provides advice for foreign travelers interested in visiting India. You can check it out at www.indiatravelcourse.com.


New Projects

Lately, I've started collecting success stories about offshore software development in India. Those of us in this space hear a lot of negativity, and I've noticed that most of the big wins go unpublished and uncelebrated. I want to change that. If you work for a company that does overseas software work in India I'd love to talk to you and hear your stories. Perhaps your experiences will end up included in my next project.