"AgileBill" Krebs has worked as a developer, performance engineer, and consultant at five IBM Labs for over 2 decades. He’s used and taught Agile software development methods such as Scrum and Lean since 2001 to over 2,000 engineers and managers worldwide. He’s presented at agile conferences, IBM Research, and served as the co chair for the IBM Academy of Technology conference on Agile.
But that was the old world.
Bill now specializes in distributed teams and collaborates with people from Seattle to Bangalore. He pioneers tools for working in spatial environments and co-organizes online events ranging in size from 10 to 1,500 attendees annual since 2009.
His certifications include PMI-ACP, CSM, CSP, MBTI, IGTF, and Innovation Games (R) Qualified Instructor. He completed his certification in virtual worlds from the one year program at the University of Washington.
Bill is the founder of the Distributed Agile Congress user group, and a member of Agile RTP, ALN, PMI, ACM, Avalumni, the Scrum Alliance, and Agile Alliance.
He is currently an Agile Coach in the Healthcare industry, and supports Virtual Ability, an online groups for people with disabilities.