Linda Gamble, the former senior manager at the Australian branch of Microsoft, is advising a number of companies about how to stay focused when tackling projects that are in a high-demand or “creative” phase.
“We’re in the middle of a huge shift in the industry, and there are a lot of things that we need to be thinking about,” Ms Gamble said.
Ms Gamble is one of the industry’s most influential figures, and has become an influential figure in the field of software development. “
The big question is, ‘How do we get there?'”
Ms Gamble is one of the industry’s most influential figures, and has become an influential figure in the field of software development.
Ms Gamble and Mr Gamble’s wife, Anna, run the Software Development Agency (SDAA) in Sydney.
“I think the biggest thing we’ve learnt from working with other developers and managers is that it’s important to get back to your roots,” Ms Casey said.
The couple, who are both programmers, started the SDAA with Mr Gamble in 2009.
“He’s been working for a long time in this area,” Ms Murphy said.
Ms Murphy is the founder of the software development consultancy Codetip.
She and Ms Gamble have worked together for more than 10 years.
Ms Casey also runs the company’s digital marketing and digital marketing consultancy.
“If you think about what we’re doing, we’re about digital, and digital is about the future of software,” she said.
Mr Gamble said the key to keeping up with the rapidly changing world of software was to remain in your comfort zone.
“In our day-to-day life, we are really focused on how to be creative and how to keep that in mind, so that we can take advantage of that and create that magic,” he said.
Software development is a new industry in Australia, but there are still a lot more jobs available.
“So, as we move from an environment that’s predominantly based around technology, that’s changing,” he explained.
Ms Gamble says the best way to stay flexible is to be willing to change. “
When you look at a lot that’s going on right now, I think we need people to think about, ‘OK, I can be creative, I want to be in the future.'”
Ms Gamble says the best way to stay flexible is to be willing to change.
“You can’t be rigid about the way you’re doing things,” she explained.