Application Lifecycle Management

Every enterprise-scale software program goes through a life cycle of planning, development, testing, and deployment in iterations, allowing customers to see what is being developed along the way and to provide feedback that effectively drives the quality of the software to their satisfaction. As a developer, you don’t just write code—you do many things in addition to writing code that align software development business needs. This is collectively called Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), and it includes the following tasks :

  1. Participating in product planning.
  2. Analyzing requirements to understand ...

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