Lightweight methodology

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A lightweight methodology is a software development method that has only a few rules and practices, or only ones that are easy to follow. In contrast, a complex method with many rules is considered a heavyweight methodology."[1]

Examples of lightweight methodologies include:

Most of these lightweight processes emphasize the need to deal with change in requirements and change in environment or technology by being flexible and adaptive.

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