Industry blogs and media outlets the world over have been discussing the topic of traceability extensively for ages. Still, we’re seeing continuous interest in ensuring traceability. And for good reason: there’s no silver bullet solution to this problem that’s becoming
Several recent articles by Jason Bloomberg on Forbes have put the spotlight on the division between Enterprise Architects and the Agile Movement and have highlighted the necessity of bringing these two sides together. Towards the close of his article entitled
Outsourced Software Development at Fixed Price with a variable scope is recipe for disaster for both owners and the software developer. Potential Problems Associated with Fixed Priced Projects. Out Sourced developers often do not speak up and expose issues simply
Unified Modeling Language (UML) is a widely applied industry standard in software engineering that is used to model system architectures. To keep it simple, UML is a framework for visualizing system architecture as well as the entire development process, from
In one of our previous posts titled Quality Assurance, Testing and Compliance in Medical Device Development we have thoroughly explored the importance of safety and reliability regarding medical devices. We have also discussed the benefits of adequate QA processes, and
We often hear that Waterfall development cannot be iterative since it was not designed to be, built at a time before the internet and mobile applications, a world much slower than today, – a time when software requirements were unlikely to change.