Agile Manifesto

In the Agile Manifesto of 2001, a team of 17 experts described key principles and 4 fundamental values of agile software development. Key values include that individuals and interactions are more important than processes and tools, that working software is more valuable than comprehensive documentation, working with the customer is more than contract negotiation, and that reacting to change is more important than strictly following a plan.

Related terms: Agil(e) MethodAgile Project Management

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