“Working software over comprehensive documentation” is the second value stated in the Agile Manifesto. The Manifesto’s signatories were fighting against the business and technical requirements documents synonymous with waterfall software development projects. They recognized these documents were a symptom of the failures and frustrations in many software development projects because they took too long to write, were too complex to consume, and were often outdated by the time development teams reviewed them…

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