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comment Is the following diagrams correct for RAD and Agile methodologies?
Thank you Thomas for all your help :)
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comment Is the following diagrams correct for RAD and Agile methodologies?
Upvote and best answer, thanks. Just one little thing, the waterfall method with in the circular arrows should only contain an arrow going to the next step, not arrow going to next and previous step if I am correct? The waterfall method you got from me to put in your agile method was my attempted agile method, my actual waterfall method is displayed in my updated question
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comment Is the following diagrams correct for RAD and Agile methodologies?
@PeterK. So from looking at your comment, should me diagram really only consist of one sprint and a circle of arrows around it as I am only making one product? Can I change the wording "Sprint #n" to "Waterfall Method" to show the steps in the waterfall method is in the Agile method?
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comment Is the following diagrams correct for RAD and Agile methodologies?
Hi, Thanks for the details. I got the RAD steps from this study on page 7 casemaker.com/download/products/totem/rad_wp.pdf. +1. Is using implementation definitely incorrect or is it just preference to use cutover?
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comment Is the following diagrams correct for RAD and Agile methodologies?
Hi, thanks, so can I quikly ask, am I wrong to say that the agile method has the same steps as the waterfall method? The difference between the two is agile allows the user to go back to previous steps but looking at your diagram I am assuming the steps are different between waterfall and agile?
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