Time Boxing

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Time boxing is the technique used to control and plan iterations. A fixed amount of time is allocated for each component at each stage of development. You can compare it with an eight o'clock news bulletin. The news must start at eight o'clock no matter what happens.

Because USoft generates basic functions very quickly and with a minimum amount of effort, it supports the concept of time boxing very well since a fully working prototype is continually available even if time boxes are short.

See Also:

USoft Approach

Iterative Rapid Application Development Methods


Model-Driven Development (MDD)