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WHAT IS AGILE: UNDERSTANDING
AGILE METHODOLOGY AND ITS TYPES
WHAT IS AGILE?
Agile project management is a methodology designed to work in an iterative structure,
adapting to changes, responding to constant feedback in an effort to provide constant
results. When connected to software, this methodology defines roles, increases
collaboration, ongoing review and adaptation, self-organization, and cross-functionality of
TYPES OF AGILE METHODOLOGY
Scrum is a lightweight, simple-to-implement way to manage software
development projects inside a tiny team-based setting. Testing is
completed for every sprint, for instant redressal of quality or installation
issues. The Agile frame for handling a method yields a high caliber of
applications, customized to the demands of the product owner.
LEAN SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT
Lean is a type of agile methodology focused on value stream mapping
without the requirement of subsequent iterative development inside a
predetermined set of rules. The focus is on optimizing and removal of
waste, while delivering only valuable features, in batches.
KANBAN SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT
The Kanban method is used to manage operate using a pull-based
system, to boost the speed of delivery. This method guarantees a strong
and collaborative environment of constant improvement by restricting
the amount of work-in-progress and driving down costs.
The Crystal methodology is individuals and process-driven. It is an agile
software development approach that focuses on individuals and their
interactions to fulfill a product's specific requirements. The use of the term
Crystal originated from the diamond at which the faces signify in software
terms, the several views of the inherent core of values and principles.
FEATURE DRIVEN DEVELOPMENT (FDD)
FDD is a client-centric and architecture-based software procedure. As its
name implies, software development is organized around making progress
on delivering"attributes'. We describe feature as a little, client-valued
function that requires the form. The process is based on a version using a
short iteration procedure.
EXTREME PROGRAMMING (XP)
XP is one of the well-organized, systematic approaches for fast and
continuous delivery of high-quality software, tailored to meet changing
customer requirements. Here, proven and good practices are brought to