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What is Waterfall model ?

It was the first model of tests, is simple to understand and linear-sequential. You can use the waterfall model when the requirements are very well known, clear and fixed; Product definition is stable; No changes in the scope; You understood the technology; There are no ambiguous requirements; Resources with required expertise are available freely; Project is short. 292 more words

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Software Engineering - What & Why?

There is a lot of speculation about the difference between these two terms. There is a common mis-understanding that they both are the same. So, what exactly is Software Engineering? 1.102 more words

process standards & software development methodologies

Software engineering is all about building commercial and mission critical software products cost effectively, within time limits & with good quality. This is achieved by using proven software development processes. 246 more words

Software Engineering

Software testing in the agile world

In traditional software development model, there is a distinct phase for software testing software projects. This phase starts after source code writing phase is over. This happens in the classical waterfall model. 467 more words

Software Engineering

Is Agile a Cult?

Agile: a set of software development methodology principles in which requirements and solutions evolve through collaboration between self-organizing, cross-functional teams.

Agile software development is very popular at the moment.

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The Only Approval That Matters

At its core, process agility is all about continuous learning, fast feedback loops, and fluid changeability. Unlike pre-agile methods (and even some currently purported agile methods), which… 201 more words


Kanban with kids

I recently had a day at home with my kids and we decided (well I decided) that we’d try a new game.  I explained the rules: 768 more words

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