An adaption of Lean manufacturing principles and practices to the software development domain. Lean software development (also known as Lean-Agile) is focused on reducing (lean) waste and optimizing the software production value stream. In large part, the principles and practices of lean software development are congruent with other well-known Agile practices such as Scrum and Extreme Programming (XP). However, in some cases they use different means to obtain the same end. For example, Scrum and Kanban (a lean technique) both reduce work in process (a lean waste) but use different techniques to accomplish this objective.
See also: Kanban

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