AGILITY: THE NEED OF AN HOUR FOR SOFTWARE INDUSTRY

Tushar Vinayak Sambare, Gulabchand K Gupta

Abstract


The need of the current Software industry is changing rapidly, and the demand is ever increasing. The industry needs to provide the solution to this demand. As the software development proceeds, factors such as requirements, needs, priorities, underlying technology may change. Thus development process must be highly dynamic and a good software development methodology must adapt to these evolving and changing requirements. Traditional software development models are unable to handle such dynamic requirements. However, there are many new development models introduced in context to provide satisfactory solutions to increasing needs of the industry. Comparison between different new software development methods will help in the selection of appropriate development model in a particular scenario.

Keywords


CMMI, Agile Development, Scrum, XP, FDD, Crystal methodology

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26483/ijarcs.v8i9.4886

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