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Deliverables in a software development project

Posted on 2013-02-06
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Following a standard framework of project management, for a software development project we will provide deliverables (documents and software) at the end of each month (please, see image).

My question is:
- From May to June, while software is in development, what would be the deliverable for each month?
- Each document starts as version 1.0. Is it possible to deliver same document one or two months later as version 2.0? Because it could happen changes on the way.
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>> From May to June, while software is in development, what would be the deliverable for each month?

It might be the GUI for the software without additional functions or just an interface to interact with the user.


>> Each document starts as version 1.0. Is it possible to deliver same document one or two months later as version 2.0? Because it could happen changes on the way.

Not possible, there will have changes all the time so the document should not be the same document as one or two months earlier, you need to have documentation on the changes to show / prove that the project is still in progress, so that customer or your supervisor won't say you are not doing any thing.
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