The problem with the Waterfall approach to software development is that you can’t change your mind. With Waterfall, there’s an assumption when starting out that you know exactly what you need, when it will be delivered, and how much it will cost. It never works this way.
In almost every development project, we guarantee that, once clients start seeing what’s possible, they come up with new ideas, shift the goal posts, and change the scope. This is the way DevOps should be – Agile, flexible, and accommodating.
But for our client, a financial services provider with a presence in three African countries, its software development journey was anything but Agile.
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