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Software practitioners experience pressure to compromise their work and their reasonable care for others. Even as software becomes more beneficial, pervasive, and interconnected, the potential for unintended harm grows. Agile Software Development is an approach to building software systems that embodies a set of declared core principles. How do these principles align to an ethical standard of conduct? This paper attempts from an Agile Practitioner's perspective to compare and contrast Agiledoi:10.1109/hicss.2009.53 dblp:conf/hicss/Judy09 fatcat:tv4kn5twzbez5fqmcg7euyuqdy