Ralph Jocham - CSM, CSP, PSM I & II, PSPO I & II
Ralph started his career with ISO GmbH 1997 in Germany where he worked as a programming consultant for START in Frankurt and Siemens Medizintechnik in Erlangen.
In 1998 he joined Oracle Corp. in Reading, United Kingdom working on JDeveloper.
Two years later he moved to the USA and consulted in downtown Manhattan for Spherion Technologies.
Ralph later relocated to Silicon Valley to help Applied Biosystems (now Life), a leading biotech life science company to transition to Agile.
Early in 2007 he joined ThoughtWorks, a worldwide leading agile consulting company as an agile coach. During his time at ThoughtWorks his clients included, The Gap, Inveneo, LinkedIn, Google and Roche Pharmaceuticals.
In late 2009, Ralph moved to Bern and joined Zühlke Engineering to help kickstart their agile offerings.
In 2011 he founded effective agile.
Ralph is a lecturer at the University of Applied Sciences in Bern, where he teaches an agile living case in the medical technology department.
He blogs at Agile Tips with Paulo Caroli, a friend and former colleague.
After reading eXtreme Programming explained in 2000, he found his calling, and since then is relentlessly pursuing his goal to improve the world of software development.
Trainings given by Ralph:
- Management 3.0, 2 days