Culminating Project Title
Date of Award
Culminating Project Type
Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
College of Science and Engineering
Dr. Ben Baliga
Prof. Gary Nierengarten
Dr. Balasubramanian Kasi
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Organizations that are creating programming arrangement are confronted with the troublesome decision of picking the right programming advancement life cycle (SDLC). The waterfall model is a successive outline process, frequently utilized as a part of programming advancement forms, in which advance is seen as streaming relentlessly downwards (like a waterfall) through the stages. It would not coincide with the changes required in software development process. Whereas, Agile is simple, flexible and mostly customer oriented and yield better results compared to waterfall model. The main intention of the project was to implement a more iterative approach that was more flexible and suitable for the changing environment and find the see the effectiveness, compatibility and also find the customer satisfaction level after the project. As an outcome the organization experienced flexibility in the development, great customer satisfaction and more improved product overall.
Mohammed, Shadab Rahil, "Implementing an Iterative Approach to Develop a Windows Application" (2015). Culminating Projects in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering. 1.