Agile is the new Waterfall (or how marketing is murdering Agile)

On February 11-13, 2001, at The Lodge at Snowbird ski resort in the Wasatch mountains of Utah, seventeen people met to talk, ski, relax, and try to find common ground—and of course, to eat. Now no one really cares much about the context of the meeting, about the motives behind Agile manifesto. Today Agile has become a book you can buy, nice key phrases you should use, a set of instructions you should follow, a certificate you can hang on your wall. In this session we’ll look back at the origins of Agile, software development craftsmanship and try to understand the key difference between Agile project management and Agile development.