My name is Mark John Buenconsejo, and here are 10 things about me:
- I am a computer programmer, and have been coding since the 90s.
- Some of my core skills are thinker, doer, coder, facilitator, advisor, and coach.
- I am interested in using software to solve big problems in the field of Technology, Healthcare, Finance, and Education.
- I am always curious, about many things (specially social behavior), and obsess in understanding them, and learning deeper.
- I prefer working in a small team, with big ambitions.
- I have co-started a few businesses, since 1999. My most recent one is Next Level.
- I like to go on an adventure, discover things, endure hard stuffs, and test my limits.
- I like being outdoors, be it by run, hike, bike, swim, or camp. One day or multi-day events are interesting for me.
- The longest endurance activity i have finished was 12hrs on a run, and i look forward to extending this in the future.
- I live with my wife and our 3 kids, in Cebu, Philippines.
- Twitter - this is my main distribution channel for content i share online.
- Instagram - photos i've taken that i find interesting to share.
- GitHub - codes i wrote and allowed to share online.
- LinkedIn - my professional background and resume.
- Strava - sports data from my adventures.
- Vimeo - videos i've produced so far.
I help software teams create high quality and better software. Visit my consulting business, Next Level, for more information.
If you are looking to outsource design and development to me, or looking to have someone help you develop a technology roadmap, i am available as a Principal Consultant at Symph.
Also, working as an in-house Technology Strategy consultant at Reapra.
Not once in my 20 year career have I seen a sales person held accountable for selling something that doesn’t exist. And yet I’ve seen countless engineers held accountable for not delivering something that was sold that didn’t exist. My single biggest frustration with our industry Retweeted by Mark Buenconsejo
It could have just stayed as a place to connect with family and friends. Could have find ways to monetize using user-based transactional models. But FB choose to use user and data as the product. Of course it has to, it’s like sugar, easiest and most addictive to customers.