“Given the shortage of qualified developers, [they] might have been expected to demand concessions of more immediate material benefit—say, a union, or ownership of their IP. Instead, they demanded […] to do better, more efficient work. […] That is, the [Agile] manifesto directly attacked the bureaucracy, infantilization, and sense of futility that developers deplored. [They] weren’t demanding better pay; they were demanding to be treated as different people.”

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