The web is evolving rapidly and as the world becomes more connected, more people need a powerful tool to help them get work done and communicate with their customers.
The new generation of web developers are finding it increasingly difficult to build complex applications and web sites with a small team of people.
To help web developers achieve the highest quality and efficiency, they’re looking for solutions that allow them to quickly deploy new web technologies on a small group of web workers.
Agile is a term used to describe a system that has an automated process that continuously improves its capabilities to make the software better.
The word agile comes from the Latin word for “to go quickly,” which suggests that agile software is a method that enables software to run faster and more efficiently.
There are several aspects to using agile software, including:● building agile teams, which can work independently or collaboratively;● a structured approach to developing and testing software;● the use of a modular system; and● the ability to easily deploy and scale your software without any significant downtime.
This article is an excerpt from my book The Agile Team, available on Amazon.com.
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