Agile software development

Agile software development is a set of iterative and incremental development methods popualirized by the Manifesto for Agile Software Development published in 2001. The principles exposed in the manifesto derived from multiple earlier methodologies including Scrum from 1995, Crystal Clear and extreme programming (XP), from 1996 and feature-driven development from 1997. Development is driven by the collaborative effort of self-organised and cross-function teams and their customer/end-user by placing values on:

  • Individuals and Interactions over processes and tools Working Software over comprehensive documentation Customer Collaboration over contract negotiation * Responding to Change over following a plan

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