About the Editors
Neil is a lean/agile product development practitioner, coach and senior consultant with Hypothesis (hypothesis.co). By day he helps teams and organisations be as effective as they can be, and in his spare time he is a keynote speaker, tweeter, blogger, mentor, meetup host and continuous innovator in approaches and techniques for increasing organisational agility with an ethical and human focus.
Neil was of the original three pioneers of the #NoEstimates movement, and created the “slicing heuristics” and “capability slicing” techniques for balancing flexibility and predictability in software/product development initiatives.
Vasco Duarte is an Agile Coach with a long experience in Agile adoption and software product development. He's worked for companies of all sizes in the product development business. He is also a regular speaker at Agile conferences all over Europe. You can find him on twitter: @duarte_vasco or read his latest contributions at: http://softwaredevelopmenttoday.blogspot.com
I'm Woody Zuill. I’ve been programming computers for over 30 years, and I'm currently the Agile Coach for a development team - the "Mob". For the past 15+ years I've worked continuously as an Agile Coach and/or developer in both large and small environments, and have trained over 20 teams and 200+ developers in Agile practices. I believe code must be simple, clean, testable, and maintainable so we can respond to change while quickly delivering working software. I have a passion for bringing unmaintainable code back into a manageable, healthy state.