This is the underlying problem.
Jeremy Gaston

I agree that these task-lists can give a mechanized approach and might not be ideal. Maybe I’m talking a bit too much from the pov of a dev now, but I see clear user stories, and I see big user stories that are often too vague, while very empathic nonetheless. Scrapping “as a user” won’t solve this..
I also see way too much emphasis in some projects and teams on workflow etc while production lags, devs get bored, and there are way too many meetings to “discuss improvement on the workflow”. My response back then might be tainted because of this toxic workplace I am currently at.. and I blame the agile coaches and scrum masters entirely for that.

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