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The Waterfall Model vs. Agile Methods: A Comparison

The Waterfall model is a traditional approach to software development that involves moving through a series of distinct phases (such as requirements gathering, design, implementation, testing, and deployment) in a sequential manner. While the Waterfall model has been widely used in the past, it has also been criticized for its inflexibility and lack of adaptability to change.

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