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Click to edit Master subtitle style Chapter - 2 Iterative, Evolutionary, and Agile
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Chapter Objectives Define an iterative and agile process Define fundamental concepts in the Unified Process
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Iterative and Evolutionary Involves early programming and testing of partial systems, in repeating styles Assumes development starts before all requirements are defined Relies on Short quick development steps Feedback Adaption to clarify requirements and design
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Unified Process Flexible, open, encouraging best practices from other iterative methods Extreme programming from Scrum Test-driven development Refactoring Continuous integration Rational UP a refinement
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Change on an Iterative Process Embracing change as unavoidable Essential driver Stakeholders clarifying vision Marketplace change
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Benefits of Iterative Development Less project failure Better productivity Lower defect rates Early mitigation of high risks Early visible progress
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This note was uploaded on 08/29/2011 for the course SEN 632 taught by Professor Aslam-mir during the Spring '11 term at National.

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