Waterfall VS Agile Methods

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Waterfall and agile are two different approaches to project management and software development methods. Waterfall is a linear approach that involves completing each phase of a project before moving on to the next, while agile is an iterative approach that involves continuous collaboration and feedback. Waterfall is useful for projects with a well-defined scope and requirements, while agile is more suited to projects with uncertain or changing requirements. Waterfall provides a structured and predictable approach to project management, while agile is more flexible and adaptive. Choosing between the two methods depends on the specific needs of the project and the organization.


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