Test-driven software development, Software Engineering

A) What is test-driven software development? Why test-driven software development is significant in agile development approach?

 

B) Explain how the following software development models deal with frequent changes in software development process.

 

  • Waterfall with feed back

 

  • RUP

 

  • Agile

 

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