Study On Traditional Sdlc ( Waterfall ) And Agile Approaches Towards Development Of Systems

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SYD701 ASSIGNMENT 3 Luke Rowe NMIT 2016 Contents Theory 2 Part One: Methodology 2 Overall Process 2 Phases/Stages 2 Outputs of each phase/stage 3 Planning 3 Defining 4 Analysis 4 Designing 4 Construction Iterations 5 Deployment/Release 5 Part Two: Four Elements 6 Descriptions 6 Why they work and what aspects of the development they cover 6 Practical 8 Reflection 9 Theory Part One: Methodology Overall Process For this project I have chosen to take a different approach to how it will be done. As studying both traditional SDLC (Waterfall) and agile approaches towards development of systems I believe that both of these methodologies have qualities of good and bad. I plan to take the best of both from each methodology, the initial phases of the Waterfall methodology provide a solid structure from which the actual build and development of the project can be started upon. From where the build and development of the actual system the process would go through an agile approach. This means that the system can be built in an iteratively where for each iteration there can be adjustments that are simply made to the system. This benefits the overall production as the development can react to changing requirements. This Agile – Waterfall methodology comes with changes to both sides of the methodologies, as the waterfall style development has to forfeit the certainty of expectations for the freedom that agile provides and flexibility. While Agile has to sacrifice the amount of

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