Matt Griscom has more than 30 years’ experience creating software including medical software for the International Space Station, very innovative test automation, harnesses, and frameworks. Two degrees in physics primed him to seek the big picture, and a love of solving problems that are important yet challenging led to the MetaAutomation pattern language to address the quality automation space with a focus on shipping higher-quality software, faster. Matt blogs on MetaAutomation and has published three books. He hikes, kayaks, runs, helps run an awesome Toastmaster group, and lives with his wife and two kids in Seattle. Matt loves helping people succeed doing software quality with automation.