I've just been involved in a debate regarding semantics of how to define approaches to the software development lifecycle. As far as I have been concerned, waterfall and agile are not methodologies, ...
Please explain the difference between the waterfall model and the object oriented model. Since the books and web sites that I've seen didn't provide much information about it, I need someone to ...
Has there been a formal study about the prevalence of agile vs traditional (e.g. waterfall) software development methodology in the IT industry? And how fast the agile share is growing (assuming it ...
In my experience, it seems as though the Waterfall model has proven to be too inflexible and non-responsive to requirements changes to be considered a viable method in the modern world of software ...
Based on this question about alternatives to the agile philosophy and its answers and comments I thought it might be useful to discuss what goes into the decision of what "methodology" to use when at ...
My development team is in the process of 'going agile' and lot of people are looking at each other blankly, not really too sure what it means. All management are saying is 'start working agile' ...
My company is a custom software services company for external clientes, which means our typical project is one in which the contract already states the full budget of the project. Our typical ...
The two predominant software-development methodologies are waterfall and agile. When discussing these two, there is often much focus on the particular practices that distinguish them (pair ...
For those of you who work in big-design-up-front/waterfall groups: how much critical thinking and design is skipped in your design phase and left to your implementation phase? How complete and ...