Welcome

Portrait of Daniel Armyr

My name is Daniel Armyr. I love working with teams of people as a way to achieve things that would otherwise not be possible.

I have coached teams since I was 16 years old. Time and again I have seen empowered teams mature to perform miracles once they were given the right circumstances.

But I have also built things with my own hands. I have developed both hardware and software. I have worked both as a long-term employee and as a consultant. I have worked both in the highly regulated MedTech industry and at the breakneck pace of a startup disrupting an entire industry.

My journey so far

Six years of (and counting..) of startup software development management

My most valuable lesson so far has been how to take a cross-cultural, cross-continent team of engineers and turn them into a cohesive, trusting unit that delivers fantastic results.

My greatest achievement so far is having been the person on the ground, guiding the engineers through year after year of tripple digit and high double-digit consistent customer growth.

Six years of consultancy and technical sales support in data analysis

My most valuable lesson was how to dive in behind the requirements and really understand the true need of the end user.

My proudest achievement was being part of the team that in one shot enabled all Swedish university staff to use parallel Matlab on all of the major Swedish university supercomputers, a first of its kind sale.

I also taught advanced and clean code for data analysis, including this presentation.

Six years of hardware development in the MedTech industry.

My most valuable lesson was the importance of crating designs that are easy to produce and don’t require service.

My proudest achievement was being lead engineer for the PeriCam PSI product that I took from pre-study to product launch, and it is still actively being sold.

Six years as scout leader

My most valuable lesson was how a group of ordinary individuals truly can form a group that achieves miracles, if given the right support.

My greatest achievement was as an adult later in life when I designed and then helped manage the scullery for the 2011 World Scout Jamboree that washed the dishes for 10 000 staff eating three times per day, all done completely with volunteers with no prior industry experience.

For a more traditional version…

See my LinkedIn profile.

//Daniel Armyr