Category Archives: SDLC

Rapid Application Development (RAD): What Is It And How Do You Use It?

Rapid application development (RAD) describes a method of software development which heavily emphasizes rapid prototyping and iterative delivery. The RAD model is, therefore, a sharp alternative to the typical waterfall development model, which often focuses largely on planning and sequential design practices. First introduced in 1991 in James Martin’s book by the… continue reading →

Spiral Model: Software Development For Critical Projects

Some more specific takes on SDLC include: Rapid Application Development Test-Driven Development Waterfall Model Iterative Model Extreme Programming Scaled Agile Framework Agile Model Scrum Rational Unified Process Big Bang Model V-Model Conceptual Model Kaizen Model Kanban Model Software Development Life Cycle   The Spiral Model – first described by Barry Boehm in… continue reading →