2080 (software concept)

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The 2080 software concept was developed from 2005 by elaborating on the existing Pareto principle, or "80/20" rule which states, in short, that in IT projects 80% of the work is done before 20% of completion time, and the remaining 20% will take up 80% of the time.[citation needed]

While known to developers, this rule often creates a lot of frustration with managers.[citation needed] The 2080 Development concept further elaborates this principle to include functionality, build or buy decisions, and prototypes using agile methods.[citation needed]

See also[edit]

  • Agile software development
  • Collaborative Development Environment (CDE)
  • Pareto principle (80/20 rule)

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