Agile practices

Most agile methodologies are aimed at minimizing the risk by making the development process being a number of short cycles called iterations. Each of the iterations typically lasts one or two weeks. The iteration itself looks like a miniature software project, and includes all tasks required for the issuance of the mini-increase of functionality: planning, requirements analysis, design, coding, testing and documentation.

At the end of each iteration the team performs a re-evaluation of priorities for development. The core principles of this methodology are presented in so-called Agile Manifesto. Here they are:

  • Individuals and interactions over processes and tools
  • Working software over comprehensive documentation
  • Customer collaboration over contract negotiation
  • Responding to change over following a plan


Accegile provides veteran agile developers that are honest, transparent and quickly responsive. We learn about agile development, appreciate it and share our appreciation with each other; agile is used in projects, interviews and even daily life in Accegile. We also provide outsourcing solutions that include candidates interviewing and filtering, collaborative team building and working system delivering. The following are what we value when applying Agile practices in projects:

  • Work like we're in the same room as clients, with daily instant communication and continuous integration & delivery.
  • Flexible on client’s requirements and new ideas, fast response for emergency.
  • Team rules contribute to build a self-organizing team.
  • Good coding style and teamwork.
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