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Agile Software Development

@inproceedings{Li2012AgileSD,
  title={Agile Software Development},
  author={Jinjin Li},
  year={2012}
}
With the further development of computer technology, the software development process has some new goals and requirements. In order to adapt to these changes, people has optimized and improved the previous method. At the same time, some of the traditional software development methods have been unable to adapt to the requirements of people. Therefore, in recent years there have been some new lightweight software process development methods, That is agile software development, which is widely… 

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