Sunday Pastime #39: SDLC – Software Development Life Cycle Model

Written by Pavan Kumar on July 12, 2009


Software development is a process which begins from planning of a software project followed by information gathering, analysis, design, coding, complete development, testing, software release and maintenance. These entire process will be done by different teams and a wrong coordination can lead to a huge loss creating an undesired software product.

The video of today explains what confusions take place in a software company if there is no proper communication between teams. Enough with theory, lets have fun.



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This looks really good.. This is the way how companies work! and not people !!

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