This site is becoming too focused - in question type, but also language used - on software workplace issues.
Right now we have a question about the difference between junior and senior engineers.
I don't think this is really an "appropriate" workplace question, it utterly relates to programming, and not to the workplace. It should be moved to the programmers site.
I wouldn't draw attention to a one off, but I'm noticing a lot of "engineering" questions popping up here. This isn't just a site for engineers trying to navigate between SAP and Software Masters and Google. It is a site for people from all different roles.
I get the feeling that the constant rise of "engineering-focused" questions is going to effectively change this from "The Workplace" to "The Engineers Workplace". Can we migrate this question, and possibly consider some type of "white-washing" overly specific engineering questions to become more generic?
As as example of white-washing, this question makes use of agile terminology ("sprints"), which aren't used outside of software engineering. I would argue that this question should really be edited to remove all engineering specific language, unless it is obviously pertinent to the question. It is a pretty generic question, but with the terminology used it becomes both useless to a non-engineer, and implicitly makes the site more for engineering than other careers.
That would reduce the overall feel of this being a site for engineers to discuss coding, and might end up welcoming questions from more diverse careers.