Myth 2: The addition of the latest hardware programs will improve the software development.
Software requirements continually change, but change can be easily accommodated because software is flexible Fact: It is true that software requirements change, but the impact of change varies with the time at which it is introduced. When requirements changes are requested early (before design or code has been started), the cost impact is relatively small. However, as time passes, the cost impact grows rapidly—resources have been committed, a design framework has been established, and change can cause upheaval that requires additional resources and major design modification.
Software Myths: Most, experienced experts have seen myths or superstitions (false beliefs or interpretations) or misleading attitudes (naked users) which creates major problems for management and technical people. The types of software-related myths are listed below.
(i) Management Myths:
The role of the latest hardware is not very high on standard software development; instead (CASE) Engineering tools help the computer, they are more important than hardware to produce quality and productivity.
(iii)Practitioner’s Myths: Myths 1: They believe that their work has been completed with the writing of the plan. Fact: It is true that every 60-80% effort goes into the maintenance phase (as of the latter software release). Efforts are required, where the product is available first delivered to customers.
With the addition of more people and program planners to Software development can help meet project deadlines (If lagging behind).
We have all the standards and procedures available for software development. Fact:
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