links for 2011-08-31

  • A software development process known commonly as "the waterfall model" generally follows these steps: identify all the requirements, complete the architecture and design documents, then write the code. Virtually no system of significant size can be built this way. The guidance in DO-178B acknowledges this stating "The guidelines of this document do not prescribe a preferred software life cycle, but describe the separate processes that comprise most life cycles and the interaction between them. The separation of the processes is not intended to imply a structure for the organization(s) that perform them. For each software product, the software life cycle(s) is constructed that includes these processes." 

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