Development Methodology

  • Molly K. Maskrey


The thing was, however, that the soup was pretty, well, bland. It’s not that it wasn’t good or healthy or anything like that—it just had no kick. Also, I live at an altitude of 6300 feet. Water boils at a lower temperature than it does at sea level, which is where most recipes tend to be baselined. Like any project, I had to make adjustments to the process. I added this or that spice, varied the types and amounts of primary ingredients—for example, tomato sauce, meat, vegetables, and so forth. This is when cooking started to really become fun. I was experimenting, but not just trying things randomly. I varied the process depending on the needs of where I was in my development. If I didn’t think something was spicy enough, I added spice. If I thought the soup was too thick, I’d add broth or a little water. I adjusted on the fly in accordance with the needs of the process.


Lean Manufacturing Tomato Sauce Extreme Programming Agile Process Software Development Methodology 
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  • Molly K. Maskrey
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  1. 1.ParkerUSA

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