Dr. Michaela Greiler
For over 15 years, I’ve helped software teams build high-quality software in an efficient and effective way. My mission is to lead teams to unlock their full potential during company workshops and team coaching sessions.
I share my findings through articles on my blog or in scientific journals, in publications such as freecodecamp and at conferences.
I also run a weekly newsletter that more than 2500 people enjoy. In this newsletter, I share my thoughts on relevant software engineering topics and help you stay up-to-date.
I’m also the host of the software engineering unlocked podcast. Here, I interview experienced developers, product managers and CTOs about how they build software.
Research and Development at Microsoft
At Microsoft, I worked with all major top-class engineering teams, such as Office, Visual Studio and Windows to improve their testing, code review and build processes, practices and tools.
"innovative and solid"
Ways to work with me
Assessments & Workshops
Through in-depth assessments, I help teams identify bottlenecks and friction in their processes and tools. I then, work with teams to overcome those and to unlock their full potential.
With workshops, I help teams stay up-to-date on proven software engineering best practices especially code reviews and design patterns. I work closely with the organizations to ensure the workshops are highly valuable and tailored towards their engineering team.
I love to share my experience through talks. In technical talks, I share
- how software teams can understand and resolve bottlenecks in their software development life cycle,
- how to (not) measure productivity,
- how teams get the most out of code reviews, and
- how teams can make data-driven improvements to their software engineering processes and tools.
Awards & Patents
Google's Techmaker Award
In 2012, I won the Googles AnitaBorg scholarship for my work on dynamic and static analysis of highly-dynamic systems.
Patent for "Selecting Tests for Execution on a Software Product"
This patent is a result from my work with the Windows team on safely removing tests from test suites for faster test execution.
Best Paper Award
I won the best paper award for my work on Understanding plug-in test suites from an integration perspective at the working conference on reverse engineering.
In 2013, I obtained my PhD in software engineering for my research at Delft University of Technology.
My research focuses on analyzing complex software systems and software processes. I also hold a Masters and a Bachelors degree in Computer Science.
To date, I published over 17 articles in highly prestigious peer-reviewed journals such as IEEE, ACM, Springer or the Journal of Empirical Software Engineering (EMSE). I also presented my work at highly ranked conferences such as the International Conference on Software Engineering.
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