The Waterfall Model3:40 with Matt Anthes-Washburn
A time-honored tradition in software development is to use a consistent sequence of stages to design, build, and test software. This sequential model is often called, “waterfall” because, like water flowing downstream, it is characterized by a process of irreversible flow from stage to stage from start to finish.
Waterfall Model: A model for software development that follows a sequential and irreversible series of steps, like water flowing downstream.
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