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It took all of my willpower yesterday to wait out the mansplainer while he told me that traditional Waterfall…

It took all of my willpower yesterday to wait out the mansplainer while he told me that traditional Waterfall project management had made America great.

Like, dude. Can you not see that what you call great, I call dystopian capitalism?

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12 thoughts on “It took all of my willpower yesterday to wait out the mansplainer while he told me that traditional Waterfall…”

  1. Eva Schiffer​ yeah, exactly! What I’m saying!

    On a more serious note, he can now go on to repeat this stuff elsewhere. When he’s on fire, it’s kinda hard to claim it’s fine.

  2. So as someone who has very little knowledge of development models – I think I recognize the basic idea of waterfall vs agile development but not following connection between waterfall / dystopia. Can someone help me out here?

    (Sorry for the 101 ask!)

  3. Ah, basically, his premise was that the success of American industry was proof that the waterfall methodology is good and right.

    Whereas, I would argue that American industry being profitable does not mean it has resulted in a better world or a better society, and is therefore not good and right.

  4. So are haranguing the man over his preferred method of project management? Or his opinion that America is currently great?

    I can understand the latter, as we currently are definitely not in the great category. We’re barely in the mediocre category at this point.

    And where does the “mansplainer” pejorative fit in? I admit, I’m not getting all the connections here.

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