How will you select a models (like spiral, v-model) for a particular project?

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Amit k Garg  

  • Member Since May-2009 | May 4th, 2009


It depends on origination then type of project, time frame and money.
Example:
If project requirements are clear and fixed then we can use water fall or V-Model.
If creating a new project on basis of existing project with some additional features, in new language, different UI like these thinks, then we should prefer water fall.
If requirements are not clear and client is also not clear that what he is expecting then we should go through prototype model.
If you don’t have all requirements but you need to start project then you should prefer Spiral Model.

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Hi

This is purely depends up on level of the company and depends on customer expectation.

If company is a cmmi level 5 then they charge for a lot to the custemer if he needs level 5 quality, or else custemer can go other least models.

If company is a small then they will or will not follow the models, but as the real most of the companies doesnt follow the models proerply.

Srinivas

It depends on origination then type of project, time frame and money.
Example:
If project requirements are clear and fixed then we can use water fall or
V-Model.
If creating a new project on basis of existing project with some additional
features, in new language, different UI like these thinks, then we should prefer
water fall.
If requirements are not clear and client is also not clear that what he is
expecting then we should go through prototype model.
If you don’t have all requirements but you need to start project then you should
prefer Spiral Model.

goksn

  • Jun 3rd, 2009
 

I agree with Amith K Garg , but truely speaking it is out of scope for testers. only project managers and other stake holders along with senior developers will be the decision makers here.

Though theoritically speaking testers can provide their input (but practically testers are not the right person to ask for)

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