Re: SDLC and work flows
Can anyone recommend some books/references/online resources for SDLC and creating process flows for software development and the such.
This really is not an easy question. There are a few good books out there (Software Requirements by Karl Wiegers, for one). My favorite website is www.stickyminds.com.
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