Is Sprint a mini Waterfall?

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  1. Javed says:

    A very nice and well defined article highlighting the key features of both models. Both models have the plus and minus points as is mentioned very clearly in this article. For projects having a pre define scope, the waterfall model is the right choice as it requires robust planning, detailed specifications and well defined requirements subject to little or no change. The agile model can be used for projects having requirements subject to change.

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  4. Tina says:

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  5. Percy Peltier says:

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  6. Vinod says:

    Outstanding quest there. What occurred after?
    Good luck!

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  9. Dene Bebbbington says:

    Interestingly, if you unroll your sprint circle you get a waterfall line. Of course there are other elements to Waterfall, but as a loose analogy a sprint is similar to a mini-waterfall.

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