Workflows are not Phases

Everyone knows that to build software involves analysis, design, implementation, and testing. For years we called these the phases in the software development lifecycle. With the introduction of modern iterative/incremental software processes we have come to realize that there are no longer phases, but rather workflows. Phases now have titles such as inception, elaboration, construction, transition; or increment 1, increment 2, increment 3. The presentation will examine the difference between a phase and a workflow from the perspective of a modern iterative/incremental software engineering process.

The attendee will learn

The difference between a phase and a workflow
How iterative/incremental development works
Why we don't want to think of, or refer to, design as a phase anymore.

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