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Agile Process

The Agile process refers to a set of principles and practices for software development and project management that prioritize flexibility, collaboration, and customer satisfaction. It is an iterative and incremental approach that aims to deliver small, functional increments of a project in short timeframes, typically in two to four weeks known as sprints.

Popular Agile methodologies include Scrum, Kanban, and Extreme Programming (XP), each with its own set of practices and rituals to implement the Agile principles effectively. The Agile approach has become widely adopted not only in software development but also in various other industries for managing projects in a more adaptive and customer-centric way.

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