Nevermind the Buzzterms, Here’s Anarchy in the Dev-Day

In a world where the unexpected has become the norm, the pandemic has not only reshaped our lives but also dramatically transformed the landscape of work—especially within the realm of software development. As we navigated through lock downs and social distancing, remote work transitioned from a luxury to a necessity, accelerating a paradigm shift in how we collaborate, innovate, and achieve our objectives. Amidst this seismic shift, a once-radical idea proposed by Fred George in 2011, known as “Programmer Anarchy,” may have found renewed relevance and urgency.