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Can someone explain the V Model process? Why is it different than the Waterfall model?

It seems the V Model is just the Waterfall Model with the bottom half of the Waterfall bent upwards to form a V. I don't see how it adds anything new. From the diagrams, I also don't understand the ...
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How to set up a one-man research in the difference between BDD and Waterfall?

Earlier, I asked a question about how to measure the quality of a project. The outcome of that question was that the quality of the project can be divided into two parts: Internal quality (code ...
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What is the difference between waterfall model with iterations and evolutionary software development model?

Does anyone know the difference between those two? They are both created by iterative approach - giving successive revision after each iteration. They both have the initial ...
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How can I get my startup working with Agile development?

In our startup, we've worked until now using the traditional waterfall model, but we want to try our next project using Agile Methodology. We are pretty much alien to the entire Agile process, so ...
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Is performing a Waterfall every 2 weeks considered agile development?

I've been wondering if one can still classify a Waterfall type development approach, where the length of the waterfall cycle is 1-2 weeks, as Agile.
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Should development methods squash a developer's individualism?

I'm in my final semester of college and am taking a software engineering course. In the class we learn about various software development methods. The one we focused on, and used to develop our ...
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Is there a process model similar to the waterfall process, but with more cycles?

In software engineering, what's the name of a development process like the waterfall model, but with more cycles? Does something like this exist? In my case, I developed the parts of my application ...