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What is the difference between Agile and Waterfall?

Asked by R. Jones, Last updated: Jul 12, 2019

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Daniel Frederic

Daniel Frederic

Answered on Jul 12, 2019

For software development, agile and waterfalls are yet the most reliable methodologies. They work effectively and deliver the best products within the least possible time. But while waterfall uses a sequential design process, agile gets things done by following an incremental approach. The waterfall is usually like plan-driven that sees coding, implementation, analysis, and testing as separate phases of a software development project. Waterfalls restrict adaptability by limiting change as it works better when the scope of work has been earlier known. Agile offers a modern approach as it is opened to changes, and it works better when the scope of the project was not earlier known. Waterfall follows a traditional approach that may seem rigid sometimes, and the whole development process is shared into a series of events from conception through to production. On the other hand, agile is newer than waterfall, and it uses an increment approach in leaning development.

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