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    Ruchitha
    2 months ago
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    Answer posted by Marla Upender
    2 months ago

    SOFTWARE MYTHS
    Myths are widely held but false beliefs and views which propagate misinformation and confusion.
    Three types of myth are associated with software:
    - Management myth
    - Customer myth
    - Practitioner’s myth

    MANAGEMENT MYTHS
    • Myth(1)-The available standards and procedures for software are enough.
    • Myth(2)-Each organization feels that they have state-of-art software development tools since they have the latest computer.
    • Myth(3)-Adding more programmers when the work is behind schedule can catch up.
    • Myth(4)-Outsourcing the software project to a third party, we can relax and let that party build it.

    CUSTOMER MYTHS
    • Myth(1)- General statement of objective is enough to begin writing programs, the details can be filled in later.
    • Myth(2)-Software is easy to change because the software is flexible.


    PRACTITIONER’S MYTH
    • Myth(1)-Once the program is written, the job has been done.
    • Myth(2)-Until the program is running, there is no way of assessing the quality.
    • Myth(3)-The only deliverable work product is the working program
    • Myth(4)-Software Engineering creates voluminous and unnecessary documentation and invariably slows down software development.

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