Big Bang Model

Simplifying the Software Development Process

Looking for a straightforward approach to software development? Discover the Big Bang Model, a start-from-scratch approach to the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC).

Introduction to Big Bang Model

A start-from-scratch SDLC model that doesn't require any planning. The main goal of this model is to start coding right away, without going through any specific structure, and deliver the product to the customer.

1. Creating a project for educational or experimental objectives.   2. When new requirements arise during development must be addressed quickly.  3. The user's expectations are unclear.

When to use the Big Bang Model?

1. Requirements are understood & implemented as they arise.  2. Changes to system may/ may not require a complete program rewrite.  3. Emphasizes testing each module as soon as it's ready to be integrated.

Big Bang Model - Design

1. It emphasizes testing each module as soon as its ready for integration & then combining them to test the full product for bugs.

Big Bang Model - Testing & Integration

2. Once modules are completed, they are integrated, examined separately for faults, and if a problem is found, it is deconstructed to determine root cause.

1. Demands little forethought 2. Cost-effective solution  3. Easy to implement  4. Generates high-quality developers, or full-stack developers.

Advantages of Big Bang Model

Learn all about this unique approach to coding, as well as its advantages and disadvantages.

Don't miss out - explore now and see what it can do for you!