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What is Iterative Development?

The Iterative development model attempts to solve some of the problems that the waterfall model introduces. The Iterative development attempts to provide faster result, requires less upfront collection of information and offers more flexibility. The project is divided onto small parts and this allows the project team to produce and demonstrate results much faster. This in turn provides valuable feedback from the user, which helps avoid mistakes down the road.

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Problem Solving Skills

Everyday we often have to make decisions very quickly, without go through step-by-step decision making process. In these situations just remember goals and let your intuitions guide you.
Sometime decision makings may be stressful, if you are feeling stressed with a problem, take a step back and take breathe. If decision is too difficult consult your coworker or friend for advice.

I know most of the BA folks are getting confused with Iterative, Increment & Sprint and their differences, to be honest if you watch closely all three are next to each other and they are like friends. In other words, they are implemented in Agile methodology as they needed. I tried to make simple statements instead of huge explanations just to make you understand. Comment if you have any questions.

I am pretty sure most of the folks are struggling hard to identify major difference between Agile and RUP. In the beginning of my career even I got confused between Agile and RUP, these Methodologies are very popular and almost similar… based on the Project Requirements, Schedule/Timeline, Budget or Human Resource… any of these methodology is picked or implemented.

Associated with each User Story is a set of Acceptance Criteria. The Acceptance Criteria defines what the Product Owner would want in order to accept the story as being done. You could view the Acceptance criteria as an elaboration of the feature since it adds additional details to the....