[thelist] Search for a Development Methodology

Shaun Clements ShaunC at relyant.co.za
Fri Feb 25 07:05:38 CST 2005

Will look into it.

Kind Regards,
Shaun Clements

-----Original Message-----
From: Dave Merrill [mailto:dmerrill at usa.net]
Sent: 25 February 2005 02:30 PM
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Subject: RE: [thelist] Search for a Development Methodology

Have you looked at the Fusebox Lifecycle Process (FLiP)?

It's lighter weight and less formal than something like RUP, and doesn't
come with exact templates for deliverables. It does try to define goals and
types of deliverables for each stage in the process, and how the thinking
about the project gets turned into code. It's moderately low level, in that
other approaches to understanding the business may be needed to front end
complex projects.

Still helpful, and in use in the real world.

Info here:

Dave Merrill

> Does anyone know of any popular, and successfully employed
> software/application development methodologies (public or for sale).
> Im looking at acquiring a methodology to include the following things:
> -  Documented process including process steps, activities, deliverables,
> roles clearly defined.
> - Templates for deliverables
> - Tools required to produce deliverables
> etc.
> I do appreciate any help.
> Kind Regards,
> Shaun Clements


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