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V-Model Development

The V-Model is one of the most important models for showing the development process and the links between software development and testing. This section explains how the V-Model was created and what its advantages and disadvantages are.

How the V-Model was Created

The V-Model is an example of a Software Development Lifecycle specifying what activities are performed in which order. It is derived from an older model called the Waterfall, and it more accurately represents what the key aspects of traditional development should be. These articles show the history and features behind the V-Model.

The Advantages and Disadvantages of the V-Model

The V-Model has a number of advantages, in fact so many that the disadvantages can go unnoticed. The V-Model in particular lends itself to the ideas of verification and validation. These articles explore these ideas.

Where V-Models Help