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Manifesto for Agile Software Development

@inproceedings{Beck2013ManifestoFA,
  title={Manifesto for Agile Software Development},
  author={K. Beck and Michael A. Beedle and A. V. Bennekum and A. Cockburn and W. Cunningham and M. Fowler and J. Grenning and J. Highsmith and A. Hunt and Ron Jeffries and J. Kern and Brian Marick and Robert C. Martin and S. Mellor and K. Schwaber and J. Sutherland and Dave A. Thomas},
  year={2013}
}

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