Feature Driven Development is an agile software development methodology that employs a short-iteration model and is intended for use by large teams. An FDD project is organized around five processes: Develop an Overall Model; Build a Features List; Plan by Feature; Design by Feature; Build by Feature. The main goal of this methodology is to develop real, working software systematically, within the deadlines set.
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