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100 Top Agile Blogs in 2017

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100 Top Agile Blogs in 2017

Many people research the best agile related content on the web. We compiled for you 100 Top Agile Blogs so that you can take a look what blogs rank the highest this year (2017).

The list was created based on alexa.com ranking. Alexa ranking is based on the amount of traffic recorded from the users that have the Alexa toolbar installed over a period of 3 months. Traffic is based on the parameters such as reach and page views.

We collected the data at the beginning of July 2017, so please do not be surprised if you find some changes in the ranking when you´re reading this today.

We hope you find this list beneficial to help you research agile related content.

 

Director of Digital Business Transformation

#1: Microsoft Blog

J.D. Meier is the author of the Microsoft Blog where he shares his knowledge and agile ideas about Digital Business Transformation, and Program Management. As a thought leader, he regularly shares his experience and learnings in books, blogs, trade publications, authoritative architecture guidance, articles, frameworks and methodologies.

Product updates and tips that help unleash your team’s potential

#2: Atlassian Blog

Fresh ideas, announcements, and inspiration for your team, delivered weekly.

Agile methodology news, tutorials & tools

#3: DZone Blog

DZone.com is one of the largest web communities and publishers of technical content for software developers. DZone is an online technology publishing company that produces valuable content for software architects and developers worldwide.

The latest thoughts and concepts from some of the great minds in Enterprise IT

#4: CA Technologies Blog

Highlight, the official CA Technologies blog brings the latest thoughts, musings and concepts shaping our world and the application economy. We hope to bring you the freshest and finest minds in Enterprise technology, give them a platform to express their opinions, views and insights.

Author, Speaker & Consultant

#5: Martin Fowler

I am an author, speaker… essentially a loud-mouthed pundit on the topic of software development. I work for ThoughtWorks, a software delivery company. My main interest is to understand how to design software systems, so as to maximize the productivity of development teams.

Membership and certification organization in the Agile community

#6: Scrum Alliance

Scrum Alliance® is the largest, most established and influential professional membership and certification organization in the Agile community. Our vision is to “Transform the World of Work” with a mission to guide and inspire individuals, leaders, and organizations with practices, principles, and values that create workplaces that are joyful, prosperous, and sustainable.

Improving the Profession of Software Delivery

#7: Scrum.org

Based on the principles of Scrum and the Agile Manifesto, Scrum.org provides comprehensive training, assessments and certifications to improve the profession of software delivery.

Mike Cohn’s Blog

#8: Mountain Goat Software

Practical and actionable advice, tips and guidance for creating high-performing teams.

We Help Companies Develop and Deliver Enterprise Software. Faster.

#9: CollabNet Blog

CollabNet helps enterprises and government organizations develop and deliver high-quality software at speed. CollabNet offers innovative solutions, provides consulting and Agile training services.

Knowledge for people building the world´s most important systems

#10: Scaled Agile Blog

The Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe®) helps businesses address the significant challenges of developing and delivering enterprise-class software and systems in the shortest sustainable lead time.

Pioneer in Agile Project Management & DevOps

#11: Version One Blog

Fresh ideas and perspectives from VersionOne experts, our partners, and thought leaders in the global agile community.

Agile Community

#12: Agile Alliance Blog

Agile Alliance is a global nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the concepts of Agile software development as outlined in the Agile Manifesto. Read the latest and greatest articles from the Agile community — how-to's, best practices, and more!

Visual & flexible software to adopt and scale Agile

#13: Target Process Blog

Visually manage complex work. Reduce clutter and focus on the things that matter. Whether you’re scaling Agile through your entire company or adopting it for the first time, we’ve got your back. From Kanban and Scrum to SAFe and NEXUS, Targetprocess adapts to your management approach.

Making things better through lean thinking and practice

#14: Lean Enterprise Institute

The Lean Enterprise Institute, Inc. (LEI) is a nonprofit education, publishing, research, and conference organization with an action plan.

Creating Digital Winners

#15: Xebia Blog

Xebia explores and creates new frontiers in IT. We provide innovative products and services and strive to stay one step ahead of our customers’ needs.

Expert Training & Consulting in Agile Product Management

#16: Roman Pichler Blog

Roman Pichler is a product management expert specialised in digital products. Roman is the author of three books, including Strategize: Product Strategy and Product Roadmap Practices for the Digital Age and Agile Product Management with Scrum, and he writes a popular blog for product professionals.

Targeting success

#17: SCRUMstudy Blog

SCRUMstudy is the global accreditation body for Scrum and Agile certifications. It has authored the SBOK™ Guide as a comprehensive guide to deliver successful projects using Scrum.

Thoughts on software development

#18: Mark Needham Blog

Mark is a Software Developer with experience delivering enterprise applications in C#, Java, Scala and Ruby. His blog is dedicated to thoughts on software development.

A blog about creating valuable software

#19: Agile Warrior Blog

Jonathan Rasmusson, the owner of Agile Warrior blog, developer, tester, analyst, and project manager with over 15 years of agile enterprise delivery experience, Jonathan is uniquely qualified to help those looking for better ways to serve their customers.

The world’s leading authority on Scrum

#20: Scrum Inc. Blog

Scrum Inc. is founded by Jeff Sutherland, the co-creator of Scrum. Scrum Inc. has helped hundreds of companies fundamentally re-shape themselves to face a changing world, dramatically increase productivity, and drive profound growth.

Leading change in large organizations

#21: Leading Agile Resources

There are a lot of resources available out there, many of which are behind a paywall. We don’t think you should have to pay to get access to good information. Check out our most popular free agile resources and learn more about specific agile topics.

Agile & Lean Coach

#22: Crisp´s Blog

Recognized agile experts who are passionate about developing & improving products, methods, processes, teams & organizations

 

Activities and ideas for making agile retrospectives more engaging

#23: Fun Retrospectives

Paulo Caroli and Taina Caetano share their absolutely favourite ideas for engaging retrospectives. Both Paulo and Taina work at Thoughtworks.

The pioneering platform for agile work innovation software

#24: Planbox Blog

Planbox is the pioneering provider of cloud-based AI-powered Agile Work Innovation software solutions. Our mission is to help organizations thrive by transforming the culture of agile work, continuous innovation and creativity across the entire organization.

The Path To Business Agility

#25: SolutionsIQ Blog

We are the world’s largest provider of Agile transformation and innovation solutions for business and technology.

A toolkit for innovators, rule-breakers and changemakers

#26: Gamestorming Blog

Gamestorming is a set of co-creation tools used by innovators around the world.

Management Improvement Blog

#27: Curious Cat

The author of this blog is John Hunter. He focuses on Deming’s ideas, lean manufacturing (lean thinking), customer focus, systems thinking, leadership, Toyota Production System (TPS), innovation, six sigma.

Sharing is learning

#28: Marcusoft.net Blog

The author of the blog is Marcus Hammarberg. This blog is a summary of Marcus´learning about different subjects, tools and technologies in agile and lean.

Making Agile a Reality

#29: Agile For All Blog

Agile For All is an Agile and Scrum consulting firm dedicated to Making Agile a Reality® .

Computer Software Professional

#30: Alistair Cockburn Blog

Alistair is an internationally renowned project witchdoctor and IT strategist, best known for helping write the Agile Development Manifesto, describing Software development as a Cooperative Game, creating the oath of non-allegiance, and finally defining Use Cases.

Product management and strategy consultant

#31: Tyner Blain Blog

The author of this blog is Scott Sehlhorst, product management and strategy consultant. He wants his reader to learn more about areas of software development and refine their expertise with new ideas.

David J Anderson School of Management

#32: Lean Kanban University Blog

The David J Anderson School of Management is a Seattle-based training center and global consultancy focused on training managers to make better decisions.

Retros made simple

#33: Retrium Blog

Retrium makes distributed retrospectives easy and effective. It provides a set of super-simple interfaces to a variety of facilitation techniques, including Mad Sad Glad, Start Stop Continue, and 4Ls. Dot voting, grouping, prioritized discussion, and private brainstorming included!

Shaping and Evangelizing DevOps since 2008

#34: Agile Web Development & Operations

Blog dedicated to DevOps, Kanban and Agile Topics. The authors of this blog are Dan Ackerson and Matthias Marschall who help seasoned engineers to step up delivery velocity.

Making sense of complexity in order to act

#35: Cognitive Edge Blog

Cognitive Edge was founded in 2005 with the objective of building methods, tools and capability to utilise insights from Complex Adaptive Systems theory and other scientific disciplines in social systems.

online agile courses scrum training agile education scrum master training
Organisational Transformation Coach

#36: Luis Goncalves Blog

Luis is the co-author of Getting Value Out Of Agile Retrospectives book. His mission is to help ScrumMasters win at work and succeed with their organisations. He writes on ScrumMaster development, coaching, organisational change, and organisational transformation. On occasion, he writes about stuff that doesn’t fit neatly into one of these categories.

Agile Coaching Company

#37: Agile42 Blog

agile42 has a proven approach to successful agile implementations. We support you with a full range of coaching services and specialized trainings.

The Creative Networker - Pioneering management for creative organizations

#38: Jurgen Appelo´s Blog

The author of this blog is Jurgen Appelo. Jurgen is pioneering management to help creative organizations survive and thrive in the 21st century. He offers concrete games, tools, and practices, so you can introduce better management, with fewer managers.

Free online resource and Agile news site

#39: Agile Scout Blog

The author of the blog is Peter Saddington, Organizational Scientist and Certified Scrum Trainer. Agile Scout is a free online resource and Agile news site designed to help and inform anyone interested in Agile software development methods and Agile tools.

Agile software development Blog

#40: Scrum Expert

Scrum Expert is a web site dedicated to present articles, blog posts, book reviews, tools, videos, news and other resources about Agile software development and project management with the Scrum approach. We also discuss related approaches like Lean, Kanban or XP (eXtreme Programming).

Veteran Product Manager, Agile, Lean, UX and Product Design Evangelist

#41: Jeff Patton & Associates Blog

Jeff Patton is the glue that connects good product management and strategy, lean user experience and agile delivery practices together. He has authored numerous articles, essays and, most recently, a book, “User Story Mapping.”

Mishkin Berteig´s Blog

#42: Agile Advice

Agile Advice is a multi-author blog headed up by Mishkin Berteig. Agile Advice covers Scrum, Extreme Programming, Lean Software Development, OpenAgile, as well as other topics related to teams and management.

The Art of Agile

#43: James Shore Blog

James Shore is a thought leader in the Agile software development community. James was an early adopter of Agile development and he continues to lead, teach, write and consult on Agile development processes.

Consultant, Author and Speaker

#44: Johanna Rothman Blog

Author of Hiring Geeks That Fit, Manage Your Project Portfolio, Manage It! People know her as the “Pragmatic Manager.” She provides frank advice—often with a little humor.

Fuel for invention and learning

#45: Tasty Cupcakes

TastyCupcakes is a community-run site, founded by Michael McCullough and Don McGreal. The games, techniques, and approaches presented are here for you to use and explore.

One of the founders of XP

#46: Ron Jeffries

This is RonJeffries.com, the combination of new articles, XProgramming, SameElephant, and perhaps even some new items never before contemplated.

Accelerating Great Code

#47: Rogue Wave Software Blog

Blog devoted to Agile Development.

Boutique company in Asia.

#48: The Odd-e Blog

Odd-e was originally founded by Bas Vodde in 1999 in Amsterdam. They offer high-end services with regard to Agile Software Development, Scrum, XP, and anything that would make product development and software engineering more awesome.

Objectives Thoughts

#49: Net Objectives

Net Objectives provide consulting, training and coaching for executives, business stakeholders, management, and teams. The blog is run by several authors, for example Al Shalloway, Cory Foy, Guy Beaver, etc.

Tech Blog

#50: Apiumhub

Apiumhub is a Tech Hub that specialises in software architecture, mobile app & web development. Here we share with you industry tips & best practices, based on our experience.

Making teams better

#51: 3Back

Making teams better. It’s the driver behind everything we do; guiding our training, shaping our coaching and steering our consulting.

Coach, Trainer, Author

#52: Ben Linders Blog

Ben shares his experiences with effective software development and management practices. It’s a bilingual (Dutch and English) blog on agile and lean, quality and defect prevention, governance and continuous improvement.

Latest Agile news and tips

#53: Agile Pain Relief

Author of the blog is Mark Levison. Mark has over twenty years experience in the IT industry, working as a Developer, Manager, Technical Lead, Architect and Consultant.

Speaker, Coach and Trainer

#54: Software Project Management by Pawel Brodzinski

Software Project Management is a blog where Pawel shares stuff that he deals with in his professional life. He shares ideas on pretty much anything that it takes to run software projects effectively.

Naresh Jain's Random Thoughts on Software Development

#55: Agile Faqs Blog

Naresh Jain is an internationally recognized Technology & Product Development Expert. Over the last decade, he has helped streamline the product development practices at many Fortune 500 companies

Helping you grow your organization

#56: agilitrix

The author of the blog is Michael Sahota. Since 2001 he has been fostering an Agile way of working and has been helping organizations evolve their organizational culture to create places where Agile may flourish.

All About Agile by Kelly Waters

#57: 101 Ways Blog

We do Popup Teams® to deliver your project. top quality people - sourced, selected and managed by us, so you can ramp up fast and get stuff done.

Kane Mar

#58: Scrumology

Scrumology is run by Kane Mar. Scrumology is a unique consultancy focused on developing high-performance agile software development teams.

Elisabeth Hendrickson's thoughts on Agile, Testing, and Agile Testing

#59: Test Obsessed

This blog is Elisabeth Hendrickson´s personal soapbox. In subsequent years, she held positions as a tester, developer, manager, and quality engineering director in a variety of companies ranging from small startups to multi-national enterprises.

Designing your environment for agile success

#60: Esther Derby´s Blog

Esther provides coaching and mentoring to executives, managers, agile coaches/consultants, and change artists.

Telling It Like it is

#61: Ken Schwaber´s Blog

Ken Schwaber is a software developer, product manager and industry consultant. Ken worked with Jeff Sutherland to formulate the initial versions of the Scrum development process.

Leadership and Project Management Ideas, Observations and Links

#62: Leading Answers

The owner of the blog is Mike Griffiths, an independent project manager, trainer and consultant based Canmore, Alberta. In this blog he shares his ideas on leadership and agile project management.

From methodology to cultural change

#63: LitheSpeed

The mission at LitheSpeed is to make people’s work more productive, valued and fulfilling. Founded in 2007, they initiated their own Lean and Agile experiment, banding together a squad of visionary Agile trailblazers.

Adventures in software architecture and design

#64: agile-code.com

The author of this blog is Zoran Maksimovic, a software developer, solution architect, book author and technical editor.

Recapture the joy in your work

#65: Jbrains.ca

The blog run by J. B. Rainsberger, adviser to software companies. He helped a major government contractor see how to reduce billions of dollars in erroneous insurance and health benefit claims.

Agile Project Management

#65: Managed Agile

The Managed Agile Development website contains numerous free and informative articles on the subject of Agile Project Management. Chuck Cobb is the primary author of the articles in this website.

Scrum Caretaker, writer and speaker

#66: Gunther Verheyen´s Blog

Gunther Verheyen is a longtime Scrum practitioner. After a career as a consultant, he partnered with Ken Schwaber, co-creator of Scrum, at Scrum.org, leading its European operations and managing the Professional Scrum products.

Helping you add tools to your tool-belt!

#67: The Agilista PM

The founder of THE AGILISTA PM is Donna Reed, a Technical Program & Project Manager …helping lead and develop teams in delivering business value as quickly as possible to your customers – by leveraging the right practices for the job.

by Lyssa Adkins

#68: Coaching Agile Teams by Lyssa Adkins

Since 2004, Lyssa Adkins has taught Scrum and Agile Coaching to well over a thousand students, coached many agile teams, and served as master coach to scores of apprentice coaches.

Karl Scotland - Using Agility Strategically

#69: AvailAgility

The author of this blog is Karl Scotland and he helps businesses become Learning Organisations. Over the last 15 years he has been an advocate of Lean and Agile approaches to achieve this, working with companies including the BBC, Yahoo!, EMC Consulting and Rally Software.

Think Different - Shifting organisations to a better place

#70: Flowchainsensei by Bob Marshall

Bob shares insights of particular interest to CxOs, other senior business managers, and development folks more generally – into the always exciting, often frustrating and sometimes downright opaque world of knowledge work, i.e. software and product development.

Karen and Sam

#71: Growing Agile Blog

Blog run by Karen and Sam. They are agile coaches who live and breathe agile in everything they do. They are based in Cape Town, South Africa. Their greatest joy comes from helping people and teams achieve what they never thought was possible.

Agile Testing - Building Quality In Together

#72: Lisa Crispin´s Blog

Lisa Crispin is a tester who enjoys sharing her experiences and learning from others. She is the co-author, with Janet Gregory, of More Agile Testing: Learning Journeys for the Whole Team (Addison-Wesley, 2014) and Agile Testing: A Practical Guide for Testers and Agile Teams (Addison-Wesley, 2009).

Blog run by Craig Brown

#73: Better Projects

The author of this blog is Craig Brown. Craig is an Agile and Lean enthusiast with a focus on the collaboration and cultivation aspects of agile practices and methods.

Think Further

#75: Lean Agile Training´s Blog

Agile company dedicated to agile training. Joe Little is the owner of of the blog. Joe is

Innovative agile delivery with a chewy craftsmanship center

#76: Cory Foy´s Blog

Cory is a developer, organizational change agent, internationally recognized speaker, Rubyist and Innovation Games facilitator and trainer with a passion for helping organizations grow rapidly and optimize the use of their technologies and processes.

Let's solve bigger problems and build better products through customer development, research, and data!

#77: Cindy Alvarez´s Blog

Cindy is the author of Lean Customer Development. She is Principal design researcher at Microsoft, speaker and mentor.

Thoughts about coaching agile teams

#78: Agile Coaching by Rachel Davies

Rachel is a lead engineer at Makers Academy, practitioner of eXtreme Programming and co-author of Agile Coaching book.

Agile Project Management from IndigoBlue

#79: Indigoblue

Indigoblue are leaders in agile digital transformation. The company designed the award-winning technology change strategy for the YHA’s Customer First programme; they pioneered the use of Agile in Government (with the Institute for Government).

Agile coaching & education

#80: Dominic Krimmer´s Blog

Dominic is currently an Agile Coach, based in Colombia. His passion is about building software products that delights customers. He shares actionable and useful articles about innovative practices that can dramatically improve the success of organizations and teams, using the ideas and values from Agile.

Systems Thinking and the Vanguard Method

#81: Lean and Kanban

The author of this blog is David Joyce. He works with executives, senior managers, front-line leaders and front-line staff, helping them instigate sustainable change by applying methods such as the Vanguard Method, Systems Thinking, Intervention Theory and Agile.

Agile has no brain. Use your own!

#82: tinyPM Agile Blog

tinyPM is advanced, lightweight and smart tool for agile collaboration including product management, backlog, taskboard, user stories, wiki, integrations and REST API.

Blog on agile topics

#83: On The Agile Path

The author of the blog is Sebastian Radics. Sebastian is currently Agile coach at Solaris Bank in Berlin, Germany. He loves working with teams and sharing experiences about agility.

Author, Advisor on Productivity & Tools

#84:Derek Huether

Derek is the voice behind The Critical Path blog and author of Zombie Project Management (KDP 2011). Over the last 25 years, he has held titles like U.S. Marine, Start-Up Founder, Project Manager, and Federal Agency PMO Advisor.

Linking the left brain and the right brain

#85: BrainsLink

This is a blog written by Vin D'Amico about enterprise agile and its use in software development and business operations with occasional forays into open-source software and emerging technologies.

Speaker, Author, Consultant

#86: Linda Rising

Linda is an independent consultant who lives in Nashville, Tennessee. She has authored four books and numerous articles and is an internationally known presenter on topics related to patterns, retrospectives, influence strategies, agile development, and the change process.

Blog about Scrum

#87: Scrum Breakfast

Blog about Scrum: Getting started, Crisis Project Management, and Transforming IT into a Lean Organization. Author is Peter Stevens, a speaker, trainer, coach and mentor with a passion for helping organizations transform themselves to thrive in the 21st century.

Business Agility

#88: Lynne Cazaly

Lynne Cazaly is a keynote speaker, author and facilitator. She is the author of several books. She works with project teams, executives and senior leaders on major change and transformation projects. She helps people distil their thinking, apply ideas and innovation and boost the engagement and collaboration effectiveness of teams.

Blogging about Agile Development, especially embedded

#89: James Grenning´s Blog

James Grenning, founder of Wingman Software, trains, coaches and consults worldwide. James was Agile before it was called Agile. He is one of the original authors of the Manifesto for Agile Software Development.

Agile Coach

#90: Jason Little´s Blog

Jason helps organizations discover more effective practices for managing work and people. He´s passionate about the people side of change, and focus on bringing meaningful change into organizations that will improve the lives of people. He´s the author of the book Lean Change Management.

Agile Coaching Teams by Mario Lucero

#91: Mario Lucero

Mario is an agile coach based in Chile. His mission is to help companies become great at delivering unbeatable values, through world class software, built by winning teams, using state of the art practices.

Advancing Agile Leaders

#92: Future Works Consulting

FutureWorks partners, Diana Larsen and Sharon Buckmaster, contribute to the growth of workplaces where people say: I love my work. This is the best job ever! They share a passion for creating workplaces in which every person thrives and contributes to success.

Software Testing, Craftsmanship, Leadership and beyond

#93: Markus Gärtner

Markus is a software tester since 2006 based in Germany. He´s committed to Agile methods and believes in continuous improvement in software testing through skills.

helping you build better products faster

#94: Joakim Sundén

Since 2011 he has worked as an agile coach at Spotify where he coaches teams and leaders to build better products faster. Together with Marcus Hammarberg he wrote the book Kanban In Action (Manning, 2014). He´s a speaker and trainer on topics such as Kanban, Lean, Spotify, Leadership, and more.

Operated by Alexey Kryvytskyi

#95: Agile Trainings Blog

Alexey is a Certified Scrum Trainer, developer, Scrum Master and Agile Coach. He has hands-on experience with agile methods. In his blog, he provides relevant agile news and updates.

Agile Process Improvement

#96: Storm Consulting Blog

Agile Consultancy providing management coaching, training, consultancy and speakers. Their goal is to help clients move towards ‘organisational agility’ with Agile, Process Improvement, Application Lifecycle and Management 3.0 competencies.

Adventures in Scaling Agile

#97: Pretty Agile

The author of the blog is Em Campbell-Pretty. Em is the author of Tribal Unity: Getting from Teams to Tribes by Creating a One Team Culture, Blogger, Speaker, and a Partner at Context Matters, Australia's leading Enterprise Agile consultancy.

The Lean Mindset - energized workers, delighted customers, genuine efficiency, breakthrough innovations

#98: Lean Essays by Mary Poppendieck

Mary started her career as a process control programmer, moved on to manage the IT department of a manufacturing plant, and then ended up in product development, where she was both a product champion and department manager. She works together with her husband Tom Poppendieck.

An Agile Leadership Blog

#99: I am Agile

A blog about an aspiring Agilist and her journey to transform an organization from traditional project management to a truly Agile enterprise. Stephanie Davis is Senior Director of Enterprise Agility at Valpak.

Lean, Agile & TOC Consultant

#100: Clarke Ching

Clarke is Lean, Agile & TOC Consultant and author of Rolling Rocks Downhill, the agile business novel that never mentions agile. He helps experienced IT managers use Eli Goldratt´s TOC to judiciously cherrypick agile.

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  1. Any list of agile blogs that puts ScrumStudy at position 17 needs to consider not just volume but value. A lot of what they say is utter rubbish and shouldn’t pass the entry criteria for “Agile Blog”.

  2. I would suggest that there are two factors that ought to be applied, if we could find a way to assess them. First is the proportion of the content that is ‘on topic’ – if only 1/10 of the content is “about agile” then multiply the volume by 1/10. Second is the quality of the content. Some is really high quality, some is so poor that it constitutes misinformation and deserves a negative multiplier.

    And then, what about the discussion groups? I find there is more value if the topic is discussed from multiple points of view than if a single point of view is presented. Yet they don’t appear in your list at all.

    1. Sorry man…

      I spent 20 hours of my private time putting this list up and running…

      You know my business is not putting lists up and running, for me to be able to do this my wife and friends did not spend time with me.

      So your suggestions are great, but please take your suggestions and try to do a list yourself and let me know if you can go anywhere 🙂

      Its very easy for people to just give “improvements” ideas without understand how much work is behind.

      All the best

    2. Sorry, I was told by Naresh Jain that you wanted feedback. My feedback is that it has little value as a ranking system in its current form. If you didn’t want feedback, fair enough.

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