alexa Analyzing Complexities in Developing Software
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International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communication Engineering
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Analyzing Complexities in Developing Software

Dr.A.Muthu Kumaravel
Dept. of MCA, Bharath University, Chennai-600073, India
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Developing a software project is very complex process. There are many issues which occur during software development. Some major or frequently occurred problem is requirements written inadequately, impractical schedules, insufficient testing, and enhancing after development is underway and poor communication. Among these issues one of the notable issues in project development is developer selecting unsuitable programming language which badly affects on project development. This paper discusses what are the entire factors play important role for complexity of a programming language and gives guideline for the developer in choosing a proper programming language as decisive factors for project development.


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