Critical thinking needed
I read this and couldn't help but think of far too many freshly qualified noobs I've met over the years - usually the type who have just done some industry cert and now know all there is to know.
This is new! Therefore it's better! And all our problems will be solved!
There's never any reference to whether a) there was a real-world problem in the first place b) if there was then this this actually solves it and c) even if the first two conditions are met, whether the benefits are worth the costs of adoption. This whole article suffers from that same lack of critical analysis.
So yes, thank you for reminding us of some of the more significant develpments of the last 15 years, but without any additional context this is little more than a list of management-speak buzzwords.