An old tradition in software development is to use sequences for each of the stages into which projects are divided. These vary depending on the client and the development team, but for the purposes of this example, we will use three: design, development and testing.

The set of this series of sequential steps is known as a Cascade Model, and it receives this name because, like water, it flows downwards: it has an irreversible flow of work that is characterized by a stage-by-stage development, until the end of each one of them.

Scrum These are developed by a group of specialists in the area or department. However, this model is usually not …

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