Agile, который мы потеряли
Федор Бенедиктович Ryan Singer:
„Agile was originally about uncertainty and learning, but ‚true’ agile didn’t survive agile’s growth. Agile today means high-frequency waterfall. Companies merely changed the color of the dress.
Agile became synonymous with ‚speed’ because of sprints, velocity, etc. But speed isn’t the real problem. The real problems are doing the wrong thing, building to a spec, unfocused resource allocation, etc.
People seek something like ‚agile’ because they recognize they aren’t good at delivering software. Cycle alone don’t fix anything. There needs to be a feedback loop that allows requirements to change. Aka learning.
If you aren’t allowed to change the requirements of what you’re building as you go, working in cycles won’t help you. The purpose of working iteratively is to change direction without starting over.”
В эпоху когда всех вокруг учат „делать скрам” остаются еще островки благоразумия.
Встречался ли вам на украинских галерах такой agile или карго-культ победил?