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Ignatius D
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🔥NEW The Agile Manifesto Historically, the "Agile Manifesto" was the foundation of the widely used agile framework and ways of working in use by many organizations in today's world. It was written in 2001 by a group of 17 software engineers and was originally aimed at the software development process. The manifesto consists of the 4 values and 12 principles which are based on the incremental development frameworks that existed at the time. The 4 Values of Agile "Individuals and interactions" over "Process and tools" "Working product" over "Comprehensive documentation" "Customer collaboration" over "Contract negotiation" "Responding to change" over "Following a plan" In agile, more value is given to the items on the left than the items on the right. The 12 Principles of Agile Customer satisfaction by the continuous delivery of product. Dividing large work into smaller and achievable tasks for fast completion and quicker incremental changes. Adhering to the de (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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