Sorry for the simplicity of this question but I was just trying to learn what developers name applications in general in the real world.
Obviously there is the full development life cycle a piece of software undergoes and various names will be given in order to keep track of what version is what. So my question is what are the most widely accepted trends for naming applications from the first to final deployment?
The best response I could hope for is from someone who has worked far and wide in a lot of different companies and can give a good general indication of what developers use in general across the board.
I know this is really simple but it is something that I would like to understand better if possible.
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