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gabel6971
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Documentation Question
      #692984 - 12/08/11 07:53 AM

I know this is a rather elementary question but I was hoping someone could give me the best practice for implementing very small changes to a software application. We currently use the waterfall method when implementing functionality but when a small piece of functionality is needed, I'm talking like a 15 minute development time task, what is the appropriate process to follow in this case? I would assume you surely don't want to have the many pages of documentation you have for a much larger change. Any help would be great.

Thanks in advance.


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Allan_Urb
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Re: Documentation Question [Re: gabel6971]
      #693038 - 12/08/11 12:44 PM

I don't see why you would need to write many pages of documentation if it's a 15 minute development task. Just change or write the requirement(s), implement and test, and it's still waterfall. Or am i missing something?

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SanketVaidya
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Re: Documentation Question [Re: Allan_Urb]
      #694733 - 01/03/12 09:29 AM

Make changes in the existing requirement doc & mention the changes in doc 'Revision History'.

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