Daniel Carral

Dani is a Software Engineer who enjoys applying critical and out of the box thinking to technology, helping teams and organizations to achieve their objectives.

Passionate about code quality and deliberate practice, he advocates the eXtreme Programming methodology and participates in several Ruby User Groups and Software as a Craft communities around Europe.

In his role as Lead Software & Innovation Consultant @ trendig, Dani strives to delight clients day in, day out. He believes in the power of psychologically safe spaces, diversity, and continuous learning cultures to unlock teams’ full potential and achieve high-quality results.

In his previous life he embarked on a so-called Journeyman Tour, a 6-month backpacking journey visiting local communities, crafting software, and sharing good vibes all over the place. Ask him about the funny anecdote when he was hitchhiking in the Albanian mountains, you won’t regret it!




NewCrafts 2018

Software on the road: the journey

  • lightning talk
  • Developer's life

Have you wondered how would it be to quit your job, take a backpack, and be on the road 24/7? How does it relate with status quo?

Through a continuous stream of audiovisual material captured during his trip, Dani takes you into an inspiring journey visiting local communities, sharing good vibes & crafting software.

6 months and 13 countries later, having hitch-hiked in the Albanian mountains, philosophized with a jewelry crafter in Mallorca, danced to reggae in Jamaica and couchsurfed all over the place, he's back to share part of his adventures with us.

In short, he just wants to spread happiness around. Are you in?

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