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Chapter 2. Introduction to Human-Compute... > Lab 2.4 Software Development

Lab 2.4 Software Development

Lab Objectives

After this lab, you will be able to:

  • Compare Traditional and Modern Software Development Life Cycle Methodologies


The software development life cycle (SDLC) has traditionally been concerned with the functionality of software and how it can be implemented. The end users of the software were typically involved at the start of the cycle when their requirements are determined. Using methodologies that depend on process or data flows or both, the design and implementation steps are undertaken by software developers. Only during the final testing phases do end users become involved once again. When it is apparent that the software functionally does not match the work tasks of the user, or that the user interface is inadequate in some way, the whole cycle must be repeated.


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