A Practical Guide to Feature-driven Development
Feature-Driven Development (FDD) combines the speed and flexibility of agile methods with model-driven techniques that scale to the largest projects. This definitive book, A Practical Guide to Feature-Driven Development, shows FDD at work in real-world projects as it presents start-to-finish guidance on adapting FDD to the reader's needs. It offers in-depth coverage of all five FDD stages: modeling, feature lists, planning, design, and software construction.
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