Annoyingly gnomic utterance

We don’t need post-agile. We need pre-agile. More later.

One Response to “Annoyingly gnomic utterance”

  1. J. B. Rainsberger Says:

    I just finished reading some of Jonathan Kohl’s writings about “post-agile”, which he describes (and I paraphrase) as going past the agile doctrine by taking what works and leaving what doesn’t work behind. He seems to emphasize leaving “the hype” behind, too. I don’t know why this line of thought bothers me, beyond a very basic logical fallacy I can’t help but see: the notion that agile is the hype or that agile is the practices. It isn’t now, and it never was. […]

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