BSA 375 Week #3 DQ 3
BSA 375 Week #3 DQ 3
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Date Created: 11/13/15
BSA 375 Week 3 DO 3 1 Week 3 DQ 3 Based on Rajlich s 2006 article do you think that the waterfall model is no longer useful in today s development environment Discuss why or why not According to Rajlich 2006 under the old paradigm incremental change IC was supposed to happen only rarely because all required functionalities and properties should have been identified in advance and implemented during the initial development A major problem with the older paradigm of the waterfall model is inadequate requirements identification The older paradigm followed predetermine specifications that can lead to insufficient system development Newer development processes use an iterative approach that allows requirements to be added during various stages of system development New research focuses on modifications to existing systems by adding incremental changes to existing software I believe the waterfall model will continue to be used in many develop processes The author suggested many viable reasons to use various methods for system developments but many of the processes discussed build on the waterfall model approach From what I gather the waterfall model will not become obsolete it will be modified to fit situational needs Developers continually make system adjustments based on technological and environmental changes The older paradigm hindered developer s ability to make incremental system changes Requirements for projects were frozen during the duration of system development As a result many projects failed because of predetermined requirements volatility
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