Uso de los modelos tradicionales y las metodologías ágiles aplicadas en la industria de software colombiano
Ortega Galíndez, Manuel Alejandro
Camacho Ramirez, Edgar David
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The world of computer technology has been constantly evolving in terms of the design of its projects. Thanks to the "boom" of the internet, the demand for applications in all sectors of the industry has increased. Today we talk about traditional models and agile methodologies as development bases applied in projects, with their advantages and disadvantages. Traditional models are based on the first existing development models in the technological field. They opt for the paradigm of a fundamental a priori, analysis that guarantees enriched development and manage to close the gap of problems and complications that may arise during the development stage, ultimately decreasing time and resources. Moreover, agile methodologies propose a flexible form of work, whose planning is continuously updated, being its main objective to get the software up and running as soon as possible. Correctly defining the methodology to be implemented in a new project can be the long-term livelihood of an application's success or failure. Each methodology has its orientation, correctly defining and validating this can take a good time out of the total pre-implementation planning of a project, but it is necessary because this will eventually even define the profitability of it. This monographic article provide an overview of the use of some development models and methodologies and their use at the Colombian level, based on some of the most representative models of traditional approach as well as agile methodologies.