Mike Clement is a husband, father of four, and currently the Founding Software Craftsman of Greater Sum. Mike believes we work best when we are working together and that there are no best practices—only better and worse ones depending on the context. Passionate about agile technical excellence, Mike believes some leading practices are Test Driven Development, Pair and Mob Programming, User Story Mapping and other modern software product development practices. Mike founded and organizes Software Craftsmanship Atlanta, founded Utah Software Craftsmanship and organized the Lean+Agile Atlanta Unconference and the Agile Roots conference. In addition to organizing groups and conferences, Mike has presented at many conferences including Agile Alliance 2016 and 2017, DevNexus 2018, Software Testing Atlanta Conference, Southern Fried Agile, Mile High Agile, Agile &amp; Beyond, That Conference, Agile Dev East, Software Development and Evolution Conference, Spark Conference, and code camps throughout the United States including Atlanta, Raleigh, Utah, Boise, Seattle, Portland, SoCal San Diego, and Chicago. Previous employers include Pluralsight, Ancestry.com and Microsoft. Find out more about Mike on his blog (http://blog.softwareontheside.com/) and on Twitter at @mdclement.