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I would like to re-design the entire Agile SDLC page we have, and I want to build a really nice backbone of skeleton where everything is easily readable and easy for anyone new to look at when looking at the page for SDLC space. Any new ways of this approach or any video instructions would be very helpful. This is not going to be an overnight thing but would like to get started with a strong foundation. Any help would be great.
Hi, Thanks for sharing. I was more looking for how to structure the SDLC process in a more visual format instead of just having a parent page than having child pages with information. I want to build more of a structure of what SDLC Space should look like from the below points.
2. Requirement Analysis
4. Implementation/ Coding
Hi, @Jignesh Patel I've never seen anything like this but that doesn't mean no one has done it. In fact, it's such a great idea, I'd be really surprised if someone here hasn't done something like this.
You may want to tag your post with a few more tags to draw more attention to it, especially if you have a particular methodology or two in mind.
Be sure to share what you discover and/or do here for others!
Best of luck,
@Dave Rosenlund _Tempo_ Yes I would think so too I have googled a lot but nothing I found seems like if I was to do this I would be the first to try something like this which I doubt it though lol. I really want to build a very knowledgeable area of the Agile SDLC process in confluence where it's easy for everyone to come and read whenever they like. Which other tags do you suggest I add?