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The purpose of this page is to provide a comparison between the V-Model (Wikipedia) and JigZaw. The goal is to illustrate the logical differences between the two models.

V-Model JigZaw
Waterfall model Agile development, Continuous deployment/production
Strict test phases and test categorization Multiple aspects are tested in every iteration/sprint
Built-in overlap between tests Aims to minimize the overlap between tests
One tool (set) per test category Tools are chosen to match the problem at hand(many different tools)
Guides the practitioner to understand and attack the problem Provides highly efficient tools and techniques for skilled practitioners to maximize their testing effort

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