40.If you were to allow only a select group of people to use the new system so that you could determine if it was working correctly, what type of implementation method would you be following? A. Pilot implementationB. Parallel implementationC. Plunge implementationD. Phase implementation 41.In which SDLC phase do you build a help desk support system for the new information system? 42.What systems development approach focuses on building small self-contained blocks of code that can be reused across a variety of applications within an organization? 43.Which of the following activities is not part of component-based development? 44.Which of the following methodologies emphasizes extensive user involvement in the rapid and evolutionary construction of working prototypes? A. SDLCB. Waterfall modelingC. Project scopingD. Rapid application development (RAD) 45.Which of the following methodologies breaks a project into tiny phases; programmers must develop the code for each phase before they can continue to the next phase? 46.What is another term for the nightly compilation of code? 47. Which of the following greatly accelerates the collecting of business requirements and the development of the software?
48.If you allowed, and quickly reacted to, users requesting changes to software requirements, what type of software development methodology would you be following? A. Evolutionary prototypingB. WaterfallC. IterationD. Extreme programming49.What is the difference between extreme programming (XP) and the agile methodology to software development?
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