Developing Patterns

It's called DDTDM. This is how you should deploy a product to market from scratch:

Development Methods

The Waterfall methodology is a project management approach that emphasizes a linear progression from beginning to end of a project.
This methodology, often used by engineers, is front-loaded to rely on careful planning, detailed documentation, and consecutive execution.

Theses are the phases of waterfall methodology:

The Agile methodology is a way to manage a project by breaking it up into several phases.
It involves constant collaboration with stakeholders and continuous improvement at every stage.
Once the work begins, teams cycle through a process of planning, executing, and evaluating.

Theses are the phases of agile methodology:

Waterfall is best for projects with concrete timelines and well-defined deliverables.
If your major project constraints are well understood and documented, Waterfall is likely the best approach.
The Agile methodology was created for projects where the significant constraints are not well understood or where the requirements can be changed often.

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