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Franco Martinig

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Software Development Checklists: What to Do or What Should Have Been Done? Posted: Jan 21, 2013 4:59 AM
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At the end of the past century, the approaches and methodologies (Information Engineering, RUP, CMMI) that were trying to improve software development processes and projects had a huge documentation on how to do things, initially on large documents sets and then on CDs. Checklists were often used as gateways between project phases and you had to confirm that every goal of the phase has been addressed. Then came the Agile Manifesto that proposed a new approach preferring “Individuals and interactions over processes and tools”. This switched the software development process ...

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