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October 7, 2008

Breaking the Software Development Speed Limit with Agile Programming

Science Daily reports that so-called "agile software development" can be used to slash software development time, based on the results of 68 pilot case studies of the approach.  A key feature of agile programming is the rapid development and testing of prototypes, in contrast to the traditional "waterfall model" in which the entire program is developed and implemented before being tested.

Posted by Robert at October 7, 2008 8:18 PM
category: Design & Engineering | Technology Industry

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