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May i know now-a-days most of the companies are following
which model?

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May i know now-a-days most of the companies are following which model?..

Answer / iv

It depends on the projects and company also

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May i know now-a-days most of the companies are following which model?..

Answer / sapna

STLC

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May i know now-a-days most of the companies are following which model?..

Answer / shashi

Water fall model

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May i know now-a-days most of the companies are following which model?..

Answer / srilatha

V-MODEL

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May i know now-a-days most of the companies are following which model?..

Answer / sj123

Water Fall model

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May i know now-a-days most of the companies are following which model?..

Answer / sharadarsule

but for what???
Testing or Development??
and its depend on company to company.

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May i know now-a-days most of the companies are following which model?..

Answer / ranjini

it depends on the project ....
v-model :
it is a most economical model followed in all
companies , when they take a new project because if there
is any change in requirement it can be handled, completed
as far as possible .
waterfall model :
this model is mainly used for migration or maintanence
projects .

* if my ans is wrong pls mail me to ranjieni@gmail.com

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