SDLC – Software Development Lifecycle … what’s the point? (links to all posts)


This post is simply a collection of the various posts that made up the “SDLC – Software Development Lifecycle … what’s the point” posts. Group Of Light Blue People Holding A Meeting And Trying To Solve A Jigsaw Around A Large Rectangular Conference Table In An Office Clipart Illustration Image



  1. SDLC – Software Development Lifecycle … what’s the point? (part 1 of many)

  2. SDLC – Software Development Lifecycle … closer look at basics (part 2 of many)

  3. SDLC – Software Development Lifecycle … exploring common models (part 3 of many)

  4. SDLC – Software Development Lifecycle … agility strikes back with energy (part 4 of many)

  5. SDLC – Software Development Lifecycle … is prototyping  part of the good, the bad and/or the evil? (part 5 of many)

  6. SDLC – Software Development Lifecycle … analyzing the battle ahead (part 6 of many)

  7. SDLC – Software Development Lifecycle … designing the blueprint (part 7 of many)

  8. SDLC – Software Development Lifecycle … testing, the moment of truth (part 8 of many)

  9. SDLC – Software Development Lifecycle … flashback, component-level design principles (part 9 of many) 

  10. SDLC – Software Development Lifecycle … Visual Process & Estimating (Guessing) Software Deliverables

  11. SDLC – Software Development Lifecycle … Forget about prototyping? (part 11 of many)

  12. What is ALM and are the relevant publications too dry for the developers?  (new)

  13. Unhappy with Agile … revert to Waterfall. Is this really The answer?

  14. Unhappy with Agile … revert to Waterfall. part 2 – What are the options?  (new)

  15. … watch the space

I will update this post as we add more threads to the SDLC discussion.

Comments (4)

  1. I’m pleased to welcome Willy-Peter Schaub to the Team System team as our newest Ranger.  Willy is

  2. Juba mõnda aega olen ma maininud seltskonda Visual Studio Team System Rangerid, aga täpsemalt infot jaganud

  3. Hope that got everyone’s attention! The summary of SDLC posts already included an excursion through prototypes