Scott Ford is a software remodeler and polygot developer fluent in over 20 programming languages.
Scott has been called the "Bob Vila of the internet." Scott's love of software restoration and remodeling began in college where he and his team were responsible for retrofitting the testing tools for the X-31 jet fighter. Since then, Scott has maintained a test-focused approach to his work and found the most joy in projects where an existing codebase needed to be improved. He founded Corgibytes to help other companies tame legacy codebases with modern software remodeling techniques. Scott is currently working on his first book Software Remodeling: A DIY Approach to Transforming Your Legacy Code.
In addition to fixing old code, Scott enjoys anime, reading sci-fi and comic books, and spending time with his kids and his Corgi named Ein.