Agile vs Waterfall Model

8 Mar


This video compares the traditional Waterfall model with the modern agile methods of software developments. The video is pretty self-explanatory and gives the viewer a great insight into the topic.

Agile is based on empirical, rather than defined methods of the Waterfall model, is all about light maneuverability and sufficiency for facilitating future development.  By defined methods what one means is that one plans first and then enforces these plans.  However, Agile methods involve planning what one wants and then adapting these plans to the results.

Once a stage is completed in Waterfall methods there is no going back. In conclusion, Waterfall’s defined stages allow for thorough planning, especially for logical design, implementation and deployment.




3 Responses to “Agile vs Waterfall Model”

  1. sad111322576 March 8, 2013 at 12:16 pm #

    Interesting Blog! Like the way in which you use a combination of video graphical and text to get your message across!

  2. sad111708665 March 8, 2013 at 1:17 pm #

    Very helpful video and the diagram makes it even easier to understand 😉

  3. sad111428268 March 11, 2013 at 12:21 am #

    great blog. video really helped. as did the diagram.

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