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Software Development Life Cycle

The Software Development Life Cycle, or SDLC, is a method for producing high-quality, low-cost software in the least amount of time. SDLC is a well-structured flow of stages that enables a company to swiftly develop high-quality software that has been thoroughly tested and is ready for production.

An SDLC methodology's goal is to give IT Project Managers the tools they need to assure the effective implementation of systems that meet the university's strategic and business goals.

According to the annual State of Agile report, Agile is the best SDLC methodology and also one of the most widely utilised SDLC in the IT industry. Agile is the most popular software development life cycle approach at RnF Technologies. This is why. Agile differs from all other SDLCs in that it is exceedingly adaptable.

The most fundamental aspects of the SDLC are project planning and requirements. No software team can design a solution that adds value to clients without first understanding the basic requirements. Requirement analysis is usually the responsibility of the project team's senior members.

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