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RAPID Application Development&Project Planning

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Michael Jack
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Has anyone had any experience scheduling for a software development project that is using the RAPID Application Development Methodology instead of the traditional waterfall method

i.e. Analysis, Design, Construction,Test, Implement, PIR.

I have started to run into this type of project frequently in the past couple of months and was wondering if anyone else has come up against it and has decided on a strategy when developing a schedule?

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Mehdi Rashidi Ala...
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Also you can see Mil-std-498 ( old version).
Mehdi Rashidi Ala...
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Dear Jack,
I think IEEE standard ( Standard for software development) useful for your query.

Regards