Although it sort of "is", I don't think FDD is considered Agile. DSDM is also Agile and there are a couple of other "semi-Agile" processes, like Unified Process and OpenUp.Phil_Jion wrote:Well, they are both considered Agile and many times the two are used together. There are actually a number of Agile approaches. Extreme Programming, Scrum, Crystal, Lean Software Development, Feature Driven Development (FDD),... Different people like different approaches.Phil_Jion wrote:is Kanban and scrum the two main agile methods?
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