Woody Zuill has over 20 years of experience as a developer and Agile Coach. He believes that code must be simple, clean, and maintainable so that we can realize the Agile promise of Responding to Change, and that we must constantly "Inspect and Adapt". He has a passion tackling code that is hard to maintain and cleaning, refactoring, and bringing it back into a manageable state. Woody and his previous team at Hunter Industries are the originators of Mob Programming, a "whole-team" approach to teamwork in software development, and frequently speaks on this topic at user groups, conferences, and meet-ups. Woody has delivered workshops, trainings, and coaching sessions on Agile Software Development, Mob Programming, and Software Development Practices for a number of firms including Ericsson, Schneider Electric, Qualcomm, Intel, H & M, King Games and Spotify. He brings his passion for teams, teamwork, safety, Anzeneering, and Agile Software Development to everything he does. He believes we can always find a way to improve our abilities, skills, workplace, industry, and world by paying attention and rapidly taking countless, continuous tiny steps in the direction of "better". The accumulation of these tiny steps leads to many wonderful things. Woody lives near San Diego, CA and loves to hike and spend time outdoors.