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Reviewing software development methodologies

Reviewing software development methodologies: Programming Foundations: Object-Oriented Design
Reviewing software development methodologies: Programming Foundations: Object-Oriented Design

The Agile Iterative approach, as opposed to the Waterfall approach, can help you design a better solution. The Waterfall approach is linear, and therefore ineffective, because programming is a responsive process, with bugs and new requirements canceling out old ideas. When you are reviewing software development methodologies, as this online video shows, Agile Iterative recognizes that development comes in incremental stages, and that a "good enough" design is all you need to move forward.

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Design Patterns Developer Programming Foundations Java

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