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Feature Driven Development

Feature Driven Development (FDD) is a software development approach that focuses on delivering features in an iterative and incremental manner. Unlike other methodologies that prioritize processes and documentation, FDD emphasizes the creation and delivery of tangible features. It involves breaking down the development process into smaller, manageable tasks called features, which are then assigned to different teams or individuals for implementation. This approach ensures that each feature is developed and delivered effectively, allowing for faster project completion and increased customer satisfaction. In a way, FDD can be compared to cooking a delicious meal where the focus is on creating and serving each course one at a time.

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