Software Modeling -- Trimming the Trivial Far From Models of Development

Streamlining the steps of software modeling as well as the steps needed to operate the system itself seems essential in the generation of any adequate software development project timetable in today's competitive marketplace. In other words, a programmer usually wants to cut out all unnecessary parts of creating a viable model and see that model enacted as quickly as possible in the real world, cutting straight to the 'chase' or the apparent heart of the software's development lifecycle, namely the implementation phase. It is here where the excitement really lies, rather than simply in the theoretical and architectural testing conducted in the programmer's workshop.

Furthermore, the pace of the business world and its financial demands tend to place a premium on speed and alacrity of development rather than upon careful, measured and well-tested consideration of all alternatives. Yet to...
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