Agile software development is a flexible and iterative approach to software development that focuses on collaboration, continuous improvement, and delivering value to customers.  The four primary values and twelve guiding principles of Agile development were outlined in the 2001 Agile Manifesto. The four agile values provide an intimate look at the principles that underpin the methodology:

  • Persons and interactions, rather than procedures and tools
  • Functional software above thorough documentation
  • Customer involvement during contract negotiations
  • adjusting to change by sticking to a plan


  1. Embrace the Agile Manifesto
  2. Form cross-functional teams
  3. Prioritize and plan with a product backlog
  4. Use time-boxed iterations
  5. Foster collaboration and communication:
  6. Implement continuous integration and delivery
  7.  Embrace incremental and iterative development
  8. 9. Encourage transparency and feedback
  9. 10. Continuously improve through retrospectives

Why hashed system has practiced agile software development in their projects?

Hashed systems, like any other software development organization, may choose to adopt agile software development practices for several reasons:

1. Flexibility: Agile methodologies provide flexibility and adaptability. Hashed systems has easily adjusted their development priorities, incorporate feedback, and make necessary changes during development iterations, ensuring that the final product meets the evolving needs of their clients.

2. Faster Time to Market: Agile practices focus on delivering working increments of software in short iterations. This iterative approach has allowed hashed system to release valuable features and updates more frequently, reducing the time to market. We have managed to develop many projects in their timelines according to the client requirements.

3. Customer Collaboration: Hashed systems has engaged clients throughout the development process, gathering requirements, providing demos, and receiving feedback at regular intervals. This collaborative approach ensures that the software aligns with client expectations, resulting in higher customer satisfaction and improved outcomes.

4. Quality Assurance: Agile development practices, such as continuous integration and testing, help ensure that the software is thoroughly tested and of high quality. The iterative nature of agile development allows for continuous feedback and refinement, leading to improved overall software quality.


In summary, Hashed system has chosen to adopt agile software development practices to achieve greater flexibility, faster time to market, enhanced customer collaboration, improved quality assurance, team empowerment, and continuous improvement. These practices has aligned well with the nature of software development and can help hashed systems deliver successful software projects that meet the evolving needs of their clients.