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The purpose of Agile project planes
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To learn agile development a lot best books are available in the market. Agile Software Development Principles, Patterns and Practices by Robert C. Martin are one of them. It has the unique collection of the latest software development. It also shows how to develop an object oriented application from the early stages of analysis, through the low level design and into the implementation.
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Agile project planes when features will be delivered to production without much detail surrounding how those features will be delivered, although the most current iteration tends to have a bit more information. These plans are based on the assumption that we don’t really know what conditions will be six months from now.
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