Someone has some ideas what is the difference between a deliverable and an artifact?
Please kindly help!
Where I have worked:
Deliverable - something that is handed off to someone outside of the organization, or someone in a position of authority for whom the project was undertaken
Artifact - something that is still "in-house" and is a remnant of a project, which could be reused, but more than likely is output of some kind for a past project and is no longer in active use
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Adding to Michael's post:
Example for a deliverable can be source code, if its a pure testing project - like doing only testing for client's code then defects will become a deliverable to him
Example of an artifact: test plan, RTM, MPP, MoM's, etc
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I understood now!
thanks all so much !