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The Difference Between Iterative And Linear Methodologies

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Tom Daden

on 1 February 2013

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Transcript of The Difference Between Iterative And Linear Methodologies

Iterative Methodologies Split the stage up And each stage undergoes a cyclic development Some advantages may be that It allows for more user involvement Or that it places higher emphasis on the user interface in the early stages Linear Methodologies May be more appropriate for large Complicated Or expensive Projects With this methodology one stage is perfected before moving onto the next So to conclude Iterative methodologies differ from linear methodologies Because each stage is worked on at the same time Because the stages in iterative are worked on at the same time whereas in linear one stage must be completed before the next can begin Hello Luis
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