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Selecting Software Development Life Cycles

Selecting Software Development Life Cycles
Selecting Software Development Life Cycles

By definition, a project is a unique undertaking, resulting in a unique product. It follows, then, that a project is likely to employ a unique process for product development. How does a

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“Selecting Software Development Life Cycles” Relation to the 34 Competencie
“Selecting Software Development Life Cycles” Relation to the 34 Competencie

Choosing and tailoring a development life cycle impacts all three areas of product development techniques, project management skills, and people management skills. Under

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What Is a Software Development Life Cycle
What Is a Software Development Life Cycle

"Process Overview", describes a process, as shown in Figure (a), and explains the importance of following a process on a software development project.

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Why Are Software Development Life Cycles Important
Why Are Software Development Life Cycles Important

To be successful, software project managers and their peers, customers, staff, and managers must have communications tools, such as common terminology and an agreed-upon development life cycle. The life cycle is the map that guides all project stakeholders forward and

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The SEI CMM and the Life Cycle
The SEI CMM and the Life Cycle

Quality software project management is based upon the interlaced bodies of knowledge from three sources: software engineering (ACM, IEEE), project management (PMI), and quality (ASQ). The Software Engineering Institute (SEI) at Carnegie Mellon University includes all

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International Organization for Standardization (ISO)/IEC 12207
International Organization for Standardization (ISO)/IEC 12207

The SEI is not the only quality or standards organization concerned with software processes and life cycles. As early as 1989, it was recognized that the standard imposed upon defense and other government contractors, Department of Defense Standard (DOD STD) 2167A,

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Software Development Life Cycle Models
Software Development Life Cycle Models

The most famous and commonly used software development life cycles include: the waterfall, V-shaped, evolutionary rapid prototyping, rapid application development, incremental, and spiral models. In the following sections, each model will be explained; strengths and

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The V-Shaped Software Development Life Cycle Model
The V-Shaped Software Development Life Cycle Model

The V-shaped model was developed to help the project team in planning and designing for the testability of a system. The model places a strong emphasis on the verification and validation activities of the product. It demonstrates that the testing of the product is discussed,

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The Prototype Software Development Life Cycle Model
The Prototype Software Development Life Cycle Model

Fred Brooks's classic, The Mythical Man-Month, is as fresh today as it was in 1975. Technology has changed the world in radical ways, but many shortcomings of software project management remain the same. Decades ago, Brooks said:

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The Rapid Application Development (RAD) Software Development Life Cycle Mod
The Rapid Application Development (RAD) Software Development Life Cycle Mod

In the 1980s, IBM responded to the constricting nature of formal methods, such as the waterfall model, with the use of a rapid application development (RAD) approach. James Martin's book Rapid Application Development introduced this approach to the software community. With

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