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You have to code in as maintainable way as possible - writing small modules and using object oriented principles - so when requirements change we don't have to restructure the whole thing.

- rkt on August 19, 2012 | Flag Reply
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nice question...will think over it.

- h4ck4r on August 18, 2012 | Flag Reply
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I think sooner or later, the developers or the project lead need to discuss over the continuous changing of requirements and need to convey the same to the client [ if it is a service industry ] and should agree that they are going to release the software with the currently agreed requirements.

If the client or the necessity really demands the addition of the new requirements, then that should be taken up as an enhancement project where the outstanding requirements will be met.

- Pavan Dittakavi on August 18, 2012 | Flag
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small deliverables, shorter sprints makes the project more agile toward changes

- airfang613 on August 18, 2012 | Flag Reply
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Use the a combination of iterative waterfall model and spiral model for developing the project.
You will then always have a proper deliverable at all points of time and a running project wherein you can always make amendments and which is open to changes (which mainly requires incorporating the continuously changing requirements).

- Sp on August 20, 2012 | Flag Reply


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