Improved Software Quality with Agile Processes

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Unlike traditional models that are linear and inflexible, modern software processes have evolved to be iterative and incremental. This whitepaper argues that because developers using the agile methodology are usually the first to test their own code, agile development results in higher quality software than what traditional software teams usually deliver. Find out more.

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