By waterfall I mean the traditional school of developing software, or any process with a broadly linear set of tasks – and outputs – metaphorically flowing downhill (mostly) from the concept to the realisation of the thing being created.
Waterfall-based methodologies have lost a lot of ground and kudos to new models based on spirals, increments and iterations, but it’s not dead yet! See also Agile.
That’s just a little taster of what this IT element is all about. To find out more, why not Ask the IT Chemist.
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