Tudor Gîrba obtained his PhD in 2005 from the University of Bern, and he now works as a consultant and coach. He leads the work on the Moose platform for software and data analysis (http://moosetechnology.org), he founded the Glamorous Toolkit project for rethinking the IDE (http://gt.moosetechnology.org), and he is a board member of the Pharo live programming environment (http://pharo.org). He advocates that software assessment must be recognized as a critical software engineering activity, and he authored the humane assessment method (http://humane-assessment.com) to help teams to rethink the way they manage large software systems and data sets. Tudor also argues that storytelling should be prominent in software development (http://demodriven.com). In 2014, he won the prestigious Dahl-Nygaard Junior Prize (http://aito.org) for his work on modeling and visualization of evolution and interplay of large numbers of objects.