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Build iteratively using agile development

Build iteratively using agile development: Computer Science Principles: Programming
Build iteratively using agile development: Computer Science Principles: Programming

LinkedIn principal author Doug Winnie explains the basics of agile development and how you will use agile as a programmer. Agile means that the product is designed and built over multiple phases. With each phase, work goes into adding functionality or features that either the end user can use, or the developers need to have in place before they do other work.

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Developer Programming Foundations

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