Agile Software Development
Agile Software Development is a series of practices used to develop software and apps in an organized manner that maximizes collaboration and value to the company.
Some of the key concepts from Agile Software Development include designating a team of people, dividing work into “functional increments” called user stories, repeating the same processes for efficiency, meeting daily as a team, reflecting on the project at set milestone, and developing fictional personas that represent the end user.
One thing about Agile Software Development that makes it financially valuable is the concept of incremental design. The goal is to start with a usable piece of software. Then, each update adds functionality add value from a user’s perspective. In other words, updates aren’t solely focused on parts of the app that the end user doesn’t see. This concept allows a company to release a usable app sooner, and allow it to gain value over time.
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