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New Post 10/11/2021 2:54 AM
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I use MS Word for my intial discovery document with MS Visio for diagrams. For requirements i often start with spreadsheets, but our official tool at work is DOORS. mobdro vidmate

 
New Post 10/20/2020 1:09 AM
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Hi Joy Beatty,

Top tools every for every Business 
1. Jira and Confluence
2. Trello
3. Rational Requisite Pro
4. Balsamiq
5. Pencil
6. Microsoft Visio
7. Google Docs

Thank you

 
New Post 12/15/2022 1:41 AM
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Modified By Chris Adams  on 12/15/2022 11:19:31 AM)

Types of Software Development Tools

  • IDE (Integrated Development Environment) – Helps to edit, debug and run the source code.
  • Frameworks – Provides a platform to develop software applications.
  • Cloud Tools – Offers various software development services to build software applications quickly and easily.  
 
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