Margeaux Bucher is a Certified Scrum Professional, agile coach, and a natural servant leader. She has guided organizations through agile transformation as both an internal change agent as well as an outside consultant.
Margeaux has made a great study of the dynamics of communication and leadership, and has been trained in Graphic Recording Facilitation. She considers the customization of agile games to meet the specific educational needs of the client and the moment, to be one of the most invigorating and fun parts of her work. In her downtime you might find her oil painting, snowboarding or searching for the next sci-fi novel to consume.
Rob Oliver is an agile coach endeavoring to make the world of software development a better place for teams and leaders alike. Rob has had a long-time interest in leadership and team effectiveness, starting with graduate research and then work in management development. In 2009 he had a life-altering experience taking a Certified Scrum Master workshop taught by Jeff McKenna and Chris Sims and became an ardent agile evangelist. He has been continuously improving software delivery at companies ranging from small startups to large organizations including Pacific Bell/AT&T and Google. For fun, Rob has spent years managing Playa Info, a large service-oriented department at Burning Man. He is also an avid music collector and enjoys dancing to the beat with his family.
“[After Llewellyn’s coaching] I have NEVER seen our team work so well together, so much knowledge transfer and productive work!”
— Tim Falleur, Healthesystems
Llewellyn Falco is an agile technical coach who specializes in teaching teams how to slay their legacy code dragons. His style is akin to a personal trainer: working with the teams to create healthy and lasting technical habits.
He is the creator of the open source testing tool ApprovalTests, co-author of the Mob Programming Guidebook, and co-founder of Teaching Kids Programming. As an internationally renowned speaker, he has presented over 200 conference sessions since 2009.
Check out his Practical Refactoring talk to see him in action.