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Agile Development


Agile Development is defined by Wikipedia as a particular set of software development practices that are based on iterative and incremental development, where both requirements and solutions evolve through the collaborative work of teams. Some characteristics of Agile Development include adaptive planning, evolutionary development, evolutionary delivery, time-boxed iterative approach, and rapid, flexible response to chance.

Examples of usage:

  • · “We use Agile Development to produce all the games at this studio.”
  • · “Agile Development is more suited for game development than the standard waterfall lifecycle.”
  • · “One well known Agile Development method is SCRUM.”

Prominent figures related to Agile Development:

  • · Martin Fowler
  • · Ken Schwaber
  • · Mike Beedle

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