In 2001, the Agile Manifesto surfaced. It wanted to change the software development process.
The manifesto has 4 central themes, but not many people know that there are also 12 Agile Principles.
These offer more concrete examples of how agile software development should take place.
Many years later, almost every organization will say they “do agile” but many only provide lip service to the values and principles of the Agile Manifesto.
The world of software development has also changed drastically. It’s interesting to revisit the agile principles, see what they mean, and assess whether they still matter.