Agile isn't a religion
Agile isn't a religion. The Manifesto isn't scripture. Let's not treat them as such.
GitFlow is anti-agile
GitFlow is an error-prone waterfall process. It makes continuous integration and continuous deployment impossible. Just avoid it.
Humans are Turing complete
Any task we can automate can be performed by a human. This is probably pretty obvious, but has some interesting implications.
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