Agile Software Methodology

is a project management approach for software development that emphasizes flexibility, collaboration, and iterative development. The Agile methodology is based on the Agile Manifesto, which was created in 2001 by a group of software development experts who sought to address the challenges of traditional project management methods.

The Agile methodology prioritizes individuals and interactions, working software, customer collaboration, and responding to change. This means that Agile teams prioritize face-to-face communication, delivering working software frequently, involving customers throughout the development process, and embracing change as a natural part of software development.

Agile development is often done in short iterations called sprints, which can last from one to four weeks. During each sprint, the team works on a specific set of tasks and aims to deliver a working feature or functionality at the end of the sprint. The team meets regularly to review progress, identify any obstacles, and plan the next sprint.

Agile development can be used for a variety of software projects, including web and mobile applications, software products, and enterprise software. The Agile methodology has become increasingly popular in recent years, as it provides a more flexible and adaptable approach to software development than traditional project management methods.