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Agile today is (unfortunately) for product managers. I doubt that any of the members who signed the manifesto imagined what would happen with it :)

Here are 2 "random" people's who have something to say about agile:

- https://martinfowler.com/articles/agile-aus-2018.html

- https://blog.cleancoder.com/uncle-bob/2018/08/28/CraftsmanshipMovement.html

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Thanks for sharing! Something I'm trying to clarify is the distinction between Agile, Kanban, and Scrum. My understanding is kanban and scrum are flavors of agile, where scrum takes into account a team's velocity and story points, while kanban values "work in progress". So I was a bit confused by what you meant by "do away with Agile altogether." Would love to know if that definition has evolved over the years, or if this definition of agile has become outdated: https://agilemanifesto.org/principles.html

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