Software development techniques and Agile methodologies

Software development must be structured to help a team of developers agree on the processes for developing a particular software product. A software development methodology, such as waterfall development or Agile methodologies, will include standard steps for ALM stages such as planning, implementation, testing, and documentation. Learn about various software development techniques and the Agile methodology in particular.

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  • A simple 'try with resources' in Java example

    Java's 'try-with-resources' exception handling feature can help you write better, more effective Java code. Here's a quick example of the try with resources construct in action. Continue Reading

  • release

    A release is the distribution of the final version or the newest version of a software application. Continue Reading

  • versioning

    Versioning is the creation and management of multiple releases of a product, all of which have the same general function, but are improved, upgraded or customized. Continue Reading

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