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In software development, what is Agile? 
Agile is an iterative method for managing projects and creating software that enables teams to serve customers more quickly and without as many hassles. An agile team produces work in small, consumable increments as opposed to placing all of their eggs in one big "big bang" launch.
 
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Re: In software development, what is Agile? 
Modified By Chris Adams  on 3/27/2023 9:46:31 AM)

Agile SDLC, meaning methodology, is an approach allowing to organize a project by dividing it into multiple stages. It implies continuous partnership with stakeholders and regular enhancements at every phase. Nowadays, it is considered to be one of the most widely-used software development models. In 2001 the Agile methodology SDLC were invented and started to be applied. Seventeen software creators released the Agile Manifesto that described the principles and values of Agile most successful practices, which will be covered in this article a little bit later.

 
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Re: In software development, what is Agile? 
Modified By Chris Adams  on 3/30/2023 2:01:25 PM)

That is a good explanation of Agile. Agile is indeed an iterative approach to project management and software development that emphasizes collaboration, flexibility, and continuous improvement. Agile teams work in short cycles or sprints, usually two to four weeks long, and aim to deliver working software at the end of each iteration. This allows teams to respond to change quickly and adapt to evolving requirements, customer feedback, and market conditions. Agile also values individuals and interactions over processes and tools, customer collaboration over contract negotiation, and responding to change over following a plan.

 
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Re: In software development, what is Agile? 

 karfageniiy tiny fishing wrote

Agile SDLC, meaning methodology, is an approach allowing to organize a project by dividing it into multiple stages. It implies continuous partnership with stakeholders and regular enhancements at every phase. Nowadays, it is considered to be one of the most widely-used software development models. In 2001 the Agile methodology SDLC were invented and started to be applied. Seventeen software creators released the Agile Manifesto that described the principles and values of Agile most successful practices, which will be covered in this article a little bit later.

Your explanation is detailed. Can I contact your for more information?

 
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Re: In software development, what is Agile? 
Modified By Chris Adams  on 6/5/2023 10:20:18 AM)

Hi, software development methodologies are structured approaches that guide the software development process. They help to define the roles, rules, and best practices for planning, designing, developing, testing, and delivering software. There are many different methodologies to choose from, each with its own advantages and disadvantages.

That’s why some people hire professional software developers who have experience and expertise in using various software development methodologies. One of the best software development companies that I know is CodeIT. CodeIT is a software development company that provides high-quality software development services for various clients and industries. They can use the most suitable software development methodology for your project. They can also help you with web development, mobile app development, web design, and more.

If you want to learn more about software development methodologies and how CodeIT can help you with your software projects, visit their website. They have a lot of useful information and testimonials from their customers. I hope this helps.

 
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