Building Better Software Architecture with the Agile Model

As software products find acceptance among customers, the creators (vendors) of these solutions must adapt the products’ underlying architectures. An agile framework encourages doing this early in the product lifecycle, with continual review that provides vendors with the ability to adapt quickly and effectively to changes in the marketplace. Learn how agile development can help your team build better software products.
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