Jason’s core vision is to make software applications faster and cheaper to produce. He believes doing so will greatly benefit society and bring about new innovations and opportunities.
At the center of his vision is the ability to streamline the way in which software is defined. Defining what needs to be built is the number one determinate in successful software implementations. Get it wrong, then expect higher costs, lengthy delays, and unhappy stakeholders and clients. Get it right, then everyone benefits.
Jason has over 14 years of experience in the software development field and is a co-founder of OneSpring LLC. In addition to operating as President and COO, he also runs the company's Federal side of the business. His philosophy of doing one thing better than any other company emanates throughout OneSpring's core strategy. Jason has worked with numerous Fortune 1000 companies including but not limited to Ernst & Young, General Electric, SAIC, Florida Power & Light, InterContinental Hotels, Deloitte, and SunTrust. Jason has extensive knowledge with gathering and managing software related requirements and is an expert in iRise, Rational RequisitePro, Rational Rose and the Rational Unified Process (RUP). He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of Florida with a focus in Management Information Systems.
Articles I've written
Agile Requirements Definition and Management
One of the myths of Agile software development is that documentation is not required or useful. It is true that one of the core values within the Agile Manifesto is "Working Software over Comprehensive Documentation." However, note the word "over"...