There are many Kevin Goldsmiths in the world. I'm the one in the software industry. Or, at least, the oldest one in the software industry. Or, at the very least, the one to think of registering the domain name first.

Currently, I am a Director of Engineering at Spotify in Stockholm, Sweden. I have also run the various elements of Unit Circle Media for over 20 years. Nothing on these pages represents the views of either of those companies, unless I explicitly state otherwise. I also record and perform as Intonarumori.

I blog mainly at Puppies, Flowers, Rainbows and Kittens.

Thanks for eye and ear-balling my stuff.

Upcoming Talks
  • ProductTank STHLM - Stockholm, Sweden - August 27, 2014
  • Empowering your engineering talent - London, UK - September 22, 2014
  • QCon Shanghai - Shanghai, China - October 16-18, 2014
Recent Tweets
  • Blogged: Customer Service

    [ tweet link - posted on August 1 2014 ]
  • @silberspy also, let me know when you want to do The Bassists or the Cellists compilation :) [yes, I saw the bassist booklet in the package]

    [ tweet link - posted on August 1 2014 ]
  • @silberspy thanks for putting out such a comprehensive release. Love the idea.

    [ tweet link - posted on August 1 2014 ]
Latest Photo
posted on July 29 2014
Recent Posts
  • In my talks on engineering culture, I usually like to spend a bit of time talking about how to improve an existing culture or fix one that is truly broken. To create true culture change, I advocate for a bottom-up … Continue reading
    posted on July 17 2014
  • Awesome album. #NowPlaying Angles by Arca on #Spotify Thanks for the recommendation @DirtyF…
    posted on June 24 2014
  • An interview with me and some learnings from my Building a Strong Engineering Culture deck.
    posted on April 15 2014
  • A bit out of context: “Think it, Build it, Ship it, Tweak It”, “Go Big or Go Home” and “Play Fair” are some of Spotify’s core values, but you get the idea. It was really great meeting Jacqueline Do and … Continue reading
    posted on April 8 2014
  • Focus on how you build not just on what you build from Kevin Goldsmith
    posted on April 5 2014