I learned the Classic Development Cycle quite differently from most
people (it seems). My high school Comp Sci instructor (1979)
presented this basic software development flow and then immediately
used it to introduce concepts of iteration, recursion, and feedback
(on the model itself). I never felt that the Classic Development
Cycle approach was flawed, just most people's interpretation and
implementation of it (as a one-way monolithic process). To my mind,
modern methodologies like XP seem like natural extensions or
revisions of the classic model (as I learned it), not radical
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