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No Comparison Roadmap vs. Advice Minimalist vs. Maximalist Libre vs. Proprietary General vs. Domain-Specific

Landscape, general vs. domain-specific

Some systems are general and applicable to any industry, whereas some are created for specific ones and, to be more specific, only apply to organizations focused on developing software.

If you are in the software development industry, you’ll have more options, and otherwise, you need to make sure the system you select is applicable to your environment. Despite that, you can always learn and be inspired by systems that are not created for you.

Focusing on general systems has an advantage for individuals as well: Their expertise become portable, which gives them more options in their career.

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