Some people seem to think that following an Agile process will get you good software. But, the reality is that Software Craftsmanship is found in the work produced, not in the process followed. The Agile Manifesto hints at this, but many have missed it. How do you get that quality up there, consistently keep it there, and keep raising the bar? Through a combination of some discussion on the nature of Skills Acquisition, and an analysis of common practices in software development (from Tests to Pull Requests to Pair Programming), we’ll paint a picture of how to become a true expert that you can’t get from “Agile alone”.