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Explaintion of Software Development 

There are several models for software development process and the developer should complete the number of works in phases during a software development project. The Capability Maturity Model (CMM) is one among the leading software development model whereas ISO 9000, ISO 15504, Six Sigma and others are some of the other popular development models followed by the developers. A developer should fulfill a number of requirements during software development process as given below.

Software Development Requirement Analysis

A developer should prepare a list of requirements before developing a software product. A software developer should easily determine the requirement of software and tasks required to be completed to develop the same. Also, the developer should be able to understand incomplete, ambiguous requirements.

Specification is the second step in the software development process. The task involves writing the software precisely based on the mathematical formula, computer language and others. The developer should write specification of the software carefully in a fine tune before developing it according to the assignment undertaken. 

Software Architecture represents an abstract representation of the product required to meet the conditions of the user. The software developer should understand the current obligations of the user and the software should also be able to fulfill the future needs of the user.

The Two Phase of Software Developement Process: Implementation and Testing

Under this software development phase, the design of the product made into code which is the core work of a software development task. Once the software is developed, it generally tested by other software developers, software testers and others to make it error free and issueless software.


Once testing phase of the software gets completed, the internal design of the software usually documented for future enhancement and maintenance works.

Training and Support

Training and support are the important phases of the software development as the users require training to use the software properly. Also, the company should extend its hands to its customers if it changes some of the segments of the software.  An interaction between the end user and software developer helps the company to move with customer friendly attitude.

Maintenance work of the software is another important phase of a software development as it generally required to coping with newly encountered problems. The new requirement, problem faced may take more than the period spent for during the initial days of the software development. 

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