The software industry is rich in programming languages, development methodologies, and technology stacks with very diverse options, like colorful species of fish in the ocean. You may hear that the choice of the base technology is a matter of taste; like music, color, or style...
But, in practice, the proper analysis of business requirements and the decision on the choice of the right technology is one of the key success factors.
DreamLogic provides the full software development life cycle (SDLC) - from business process analysis to solution implementation and maintenance.
Our dedicated development teams have great expertise to tackle complex business tasks using a diverse range of technologies. DreamLogic experts are result-oriented and innovative problem solvers.
Having decades of industry experience and completed dozens of software projects, we will provide you with the best technology solutions according to your business requirements.
In accordance with the project requirements, we agree with the customer on the most appropriate and effective development methodology - Agile or Waterfall. We support Fixed-Price, Time-And-Material and Hybrid contract models.
Agile development methodology provides opportunities to assess the direction of a project throughout the development lifecycle and breaks product development into small increments that minimize the amount of up-front planning and design.
This is achieved through regular cadences of work, known as sprints or iterations.
Iterations are short time frames (timeboxes) that typically last from one to four weeks.
Each iteration involves a cross-functional team working in all functions: planning, analysis, design, coding, unit testing, and acceptance testing. At the end of the iteration, a working product is demonstrated to stakeholders. This minimizes overall risk and allows the product to adapt to changes quickly.
Scrum is the most popular way of introducing Agility due to its simplicity and flexibility.
Scrum emphasizes empirical feedback, team self-management, and striving to build properly tested product increments within short iterations.
The Waterfall model provides a structured approach, the whole process of software development is divided into separate phases.
Despite the development of new methodologies, the Waterfall is still the dominant process model and it is used in over a third of software development projects.
The model itself progresses linearly through discrete, easily understandable, and explainable phases and thus is easy to understand; it also provides easily identifiable milestones in the development process.
In the Waterfall model, typically, the outcome of one phase acts as the input for the next phase sequentially. Every phase of the project must be completed before the next phase can begin.
The sequential phases in the Waterfall model are:
In common practice, the waterfall methodology results in a project schedule with 20–40% of the time invested for the first two phases, 30–40% of the time to coding, and the rest dedicated to testing and implementation.
The actual project organization needs to be highly structured. Most medium and large projects will include a detailed set of procedures and controls, which regulate every process on the project.
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