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Pete O'Hanlon3-Aug-10 9:07
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We have a well defined lifecycle, which we follow with a messianic zeal, except for those times when we don't or can't be bothered or the timescale is too tight and the money too good, but apart from that we never deviate.

It's pointless waiting till the end of the project to determine whether or not the lifecycle is actually working. We have quality gates at several key points in the process that we use to determine the actual usefulness of the process to the particular project. There is no, one size fits all, process that we can actually use as we tend to have to fit in with the way the clients work, so while we can agree up front on things such as maintenance releases, release schedules, beta drops, inphase documentation and the likes, other parts have to be fluid and we cope as we see fit.

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