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Analysis phase in Agile

 
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I am a newbie to Agile and much interested towards it. Can you clarify on how the conventional analysis phase be executed in Agile methodology?
 
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I answered a very similar question here: https://coderanch.com/t/645007/Agile/maintain-desired-Application-architecture-agile -- there is no separate analysis phase, the team makes analysis decisions at the last responsible moment. See my other answer for more details.
 
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Thanks Andrew.

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