[rant] Please tell me it's a joke. Scott W. Ambler has published some interesting data related to a surveys done via Dr. Dobb's Journal. Questions, raw data and summary can be found at http://www.ambysoft.com/surveys/

In the last slide of the summary presentation (ppt) I read: "There was a statistical correlation between adoption of "Agile 2.0" methods such as Agile Unified Process (AUP) or MSF Agile and adoption of Agile Model Driven Development (AMDD)".

Please please please can we try to avoid such a thing as Agile 2.0? And who says that AUP and MSF Agile are Agile 2.0? what do we/you/they mean by Agile 2.0? I still am not sure AUP and MSF Agile are "Agile 1.0"...