The case against Waterfall

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I genuinely believe the Agile manifesto outlines a great set of principles for a successful development team. As a certified SCRUM practitioner, I also believe that formalized project management techniques are helping large teams to improve their throughput.

Every successful team has to find a unique way of shipping great products. Unfortunately, some patterns are preventing teams from defining their unique way, and I would like to share some of my observations of these.

Before AgileNo sane person advocates for Waterfall. Repeat, there are zero sane Waterfall advocates. That said, every argument that Agile adherents make against their opponents could easily be made