How to represent the days and hours of different tasks(design, development, testing) of a software project in a graphical way. I tried using a Gantt chart for it, but it does not represent the ...
My team and I are using Scrum to manage software development projects. In my company there has been a move towards more structure in all IT projects using a waterfall methodology. This is fine by me ...
About a year and a half ago, I entered a workplace that claimed to do Agile development. What I learned was that this place has adopted several agile practices (such as daily standups, sprint ...
Is there any circumstance in which a strict waterfall project can succeed when requirements are not clearly defined?
I can not see how a software project can make any meaningful progress under a waterfall methodology if the requirements cannot be clearly stated from the outset. Am I missing anything?
Our team has been asked to represent our development efforts in a project plan. No one is unhappy with our work or questioning our ability to deliver, we are just participating in an IT cattle call ...
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 ...
Where waterfall commonly includes: Requirements Functional design Technical design Build Test Review (Deploy) And iterations across this list. If I forgot a step, let me know.