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Advantages and Disadvantage of Phased Development Approach

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What are the advantages and disadvantage of a phased development approach?

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The following are the advantages of a phased development.

· Usually it is very simple and easy to implement.

· Testing is inherent to each of the phases of ...

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The advantages and disadvantage of a phased development approach are explained.

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