Software life cycle in Erlang

Martin Carlson martin@REDACTED
Thu Jan 26 13:14:23 CET 2006

I would say it hate to do with the preconditions, is there a spec (the 
optimistic approach..)? in that case what kind of spec you got, what 
are the requirements, are there any high risk requirements and so on.
In any case an iterative model is proven to be very flexible 
productive. Have a look at Fowlers page, lots of info.

Some pointers though:

General agile stuff:

Martin Carlson

On Jan 25, 2006, at 3:19 PM, Thomas Lindgren wrote:

> --- "Eduardo Figoli (INS)" <eduardo@REDACTED>
> wrote:
>> I'm trying to figure out the best model for software
>> development in Erlang.
> The best _model_ seems to be iterative development of
> some sort, perhaps test driven. AXD 301 had great
> success with steadily improving "increments", to take
> one of the great success stories.
> Taking a number like 35% for implementation means your
> whole project is done about 50% faster (in 2/3 the
> time) even if the language permits infinitely faster
> development than the state of the art, simply because
> the rest of the phases aren't concerned with
> programming. (That's the usual argument against
> switching programming languages, of course.) This
> doesn't seem right -- the added flexibility also means
> you can use powerful new development processes.
> My recommendation: try to "switch to better rules".
> Best,
> Thomas
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