Digital Transformation Practice Manager and Software Architect | United States
David Yancey, having 19+ years of experience in web development, joined Sogeti Dallas in July of 2010 as a Manager Consultant specializing in .NET Technologies with a focus on Web Architecture and Design. Through his efforts as a Test-Driven Development advocate and Agile Practitioner, he quickly became recognized as a software craftsman within the Application Development and Integration practice. Over the next 2 years David helped establish a series of training initiatives around software best practices and craftsmanship. Maintaining his focus on .NET technologies David moved from the AD&I practice to the Mobile practice in 2012 and began obtaining his Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer (MCSD) Windows Store Applications Certification focusing on HTML 5 as the technology platform. Once David joined the Digital Transformation Practice (formerly Mobile Practice), he immediately established himself as a leader through his training initiatives and establishing a method for building prototype applications while utilizing consultants on ATO. David took over as practice manager of the Digital Transformation Practice in June of 2014 and continues in that role working closely with the National Practice Lead and UI/UX Solution Architect in establishing a UI/UX Solution offering for Sogeti. It is because of this passion for technology, the Digital Transformation practice, and Sogeti that David was promoted to Senior Manager in November of 2014. David is active in his community through speaking, volunteering, and user group participation. His speaking engagements include: Agile Development Practices West 2011 Dallas .NET User Group Tulsa TechFest Dallas TechFest Worth .NET User Group Worth Agile Professional Leadership Network The topics he can be heard speaking on include: Agile Practices Software Craftsmanship Application Architecture David is also a leader and recognized technical resource for the Dallas GiveCamp efforts having donated over 200 hours of his time and experience to charities over the past 4 years.