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Waterfall Development Activity
In the traditional waterfall process:
We'll now take a more detailed look at the code implementation activity in
waterfall development process.
- The developers determine from the conceptual problem a set of
requirements, that are
specified, usually in the form of a prose document.
- The developers then propose a set of functions that the software
product will perform,
which is again expressed in a prose document.
- The developers then design a solution in general terms, which is
expressed as a prose
- The developers implement the design, expressed as code that can be
a compiler to produce a machine executable product.
- The developers (or possibly testers) then test the code by
exercising the machine
executable representation of the code.
- If problems are discovered, they are reported to the developers,
who fix the problems
and integrate the fixes back into the code, which is once again tested.
- At some point, management (not formally identified here as a
constraint!) decide the
product is "good enough," and it is shipped.
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