Niagara Falls, April 1st - The Waterfall Alliance will organize a protest march during the Agile 2011 Conference in Salt Lake City that will celebrate the 10-Year Anniversary of the Agile Manifesto.
It is clear to everybody, except for Agile consultants that are making load of money (apparently Ken Schwaber has bought a second All Blacks sweatshirt), that this approach hasn't improved to the overall quality of new software and has put the project manager in the list of endangered species. According to Hans-Peter Ordnung, Waterfall Alliance Chairman of the Board, Waterfall supporters will try to block the entrance to the Agile conference area by piling up some PMBOK binders in front of the doors and by burning some agile project documentation, if they can find some.
The Waterfall Alliance will also set up the foundation of a Pizza Party. This event will celebrate the 3 years that the Port of Boston Authority stopped giving free pizzas to developers after each software delivery, because it was too expensive with two week's Scrum iterations. Waterfall Alliance Managing Director Sarah Planning says "We have to follow the principles of the Waterfall Manifesto and to fight for the real human rights of software developers".