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Top 5 Methodologies Used by Software Development Companies In India

Today, we have achieved a condition where we have complete control at the tip of our fingers. Innovation has advanced beyond imagination. All thanks to the software designing and development industry. 373 more words

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SDLC -Waterfall and STLC

SDLC – Software Development life cycle

What does Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) mean?

The software development life cycle (SDLC) is a framework defining tasks performed at each step in the software development process. 548 more words

What is waterfall development in software development and why to prefer it?

The waterfall model is one the most popular methodology of software development life cycle (SDLC) in software engineering. It is the traditional approach followed in SDLC which is also described as a linear and sequential flow. 678 more words

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Importance of Software Development Process

Software has become an important part of every human life. Every software is developed by going through a process to improve its quality. It is the foundation of software development which ensures that a software is developed with lesser defects meeting the deadline and better quality. 354 more words

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Javadocs and Maven

Note: The code samples discussed in this post are available at http://www.github.com/bradleyross/tutorials while the documentation can be found at http://bradleyross.github.io/tutorials. This project uses Maven. Although you don’t have to use Maven, the comments in the pom.xml and other configuration files provide a great deal of useful information. 534 more words

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Kanban for Software Product Development

Software products often requires long commitment for developing a good and useful product. Often development of software product requires team of cross functional members, and in some cases this team is one man army. 796 more words

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Java Logging Frameworks

Note: The code samples discussed in this post are available at http://www.github.com/bradleyross/tutorials while the documentation can be found at http://bradleyross.github.io/tutorials. This project uses Maven. Although you don’t have to use Maven, the comments in the pom.xml files provide a great deal of useful information. 1,183 more words

Software Development Life Cycle