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Extending FDD for UI (24 Feb 2001)
Feature Driven Development is a model-driven short-iteration process for managing the analysis, design and construction phases of a software project. Feature Driven Development was developed in 1998 by Jeff De Luca following on the back of work by Peter Coad on Feature Lists. I was fortunate to have worked on the team, together with Stephen Palmer, Phil Bradley and Paul Szego, as we developed the FDD method and used it to deliver a very large project.
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