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Discussion on: The rise of the non-coding Scrum Master

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Gavin Campbell Author

I don't think you have to know how to code to manage people who code.

Interesting. I'm not sure the role of the scrum master as originally envisaged involved managing the people.

Maybe this is something else that has changed over the years.

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Dian Fay

Maybe using "direct" instead of "manage" would have been clearer. I'm not talking about where people are on the corporate totem pole.