“When the Agile Manifesto first appeared in 2001, it was a set of radical ideas set down by a small group of programmers who thought there was a better way to create code. They had a plan to work faster and more productively. All they needed was the freedom to constantly reorganize their workflow — and a lot of Post-It notes and whiteboard space for keeping everything straight.
Now, almost 20 years later, agile has grown into a full movement supported by tool suites that support the process. The poor handwriting, dried adhesives, and multi-colored confusion of paper has been replaced with the precision and infinite attention of database-backed web applications…”.