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There is an uncomfortable subtext to the Agile debate. It is usually positioned as developer-friendly, letting us work faster without having to endure endless management meetings and design discussions.

From the management perspective, however, Agile is sold as a way to make developers interchangeable. That is the holy grail of IT management for big organizations: How to achieve consistent, good (if not great) results independent of the talent of the underlying team.

Mike-O-Matic, who I admire for his consistent and shameless self-promotion on the Joel Reddit