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Agile Manifesto

Agile Manifesto


Software and project management benefit from the Agile manifesto’s ideals. A team of software engineers originally presented it in 2001 intending to develop a more malleable and adaptable project management method. Four guiding principles and twelve guiding ideals make up the Agile manifesto. These are the four pillars upon which the Agile manifesto rests: 

• Prioritize people and interaction over focusing on systems and machinery

• Fully functional program over exhaustively documented

• Contract negotiation is secondary to customer collaboration

• Adapting to new circumstances instead of sticking to a set schedule. These principles stress the significance of cooperation with customers, flexibility in the face of change, and the primacy of delivering working software as a metric for success.

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