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sleepsleep
Cool
design interface
define variables
if then else
jmp
we are just repeatedly doing this. how to escape ?? or any new approach?
Post 24 Dec 2006, 22:07
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Verbosity in development


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vid
funcional coding? Very Happy
Post 24 Dec 2006, 23:24
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sleepsleep
but functional coding still require us to declare variable, design interface, if then else Sad Sad Sad
Post 25 Dec 2006, 00:19
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sleepsleep
time for programmers to learn magic? Razz Razz Razz
Post 25 Dec 2006, 00:19
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DustWolf



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1. talk to future end user
2. design gui
3. work out implementation on paper
4. implement peripherial code (functions)
5. implement core code (the stuff that actually does something useful)
6. test
7. debug
8. repeat the last two steps
9. make it crash
10. debug
11. repeat the last two steps
12. give out beta version
13. talk to end user
14. debug
15. repeat last two steps
16. rework gui

That's my usual way. Tends to be boring and frustrating too so if anybody got any better ideas... Wink
Post 26 Dec 2006, 01:49
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My way:
1. Think about what needs to be coded (could be somehow useful)
2. Think it into details, solve hard design problems (mostly on toilet - most creative place)
3. Try to implement it
4. After problem pops out, JMP 2
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sleepsleep
What Makes Software Development So Hard?
http://it.slashdot.org/it/07/01/08/1827217.shtml

maybe programmer love total control Shocked
and it is really hard to gain total control, imagine we got some hundred or thousand of variable and procedures.

could one men remember them all ???? Laughing Laughing
and need to think some hundred or thousand name for the variables .... arghhh....

just imagine how many minutes you need to come up with a new id for your email address Smile Arrow
Post 09 Jan 2007, 00:08
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MichaelH



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Actually sleepsleep, the analogy from the supplied link of a conductor conducting an Orchestra and software development is spot on. Having worked on a large medical database project that went wrong and being a Tenor in a choir, I know that if your conductor (project lead) is not up to the task, your project is probably doomed.

We have a lovely lady of 74 years of age for our conductor who has sang in many top choirs around the world and she's amazing. Even though it takes ages for the bass to get their timing right Wink come show time, we sound great. Lucky we have a great conductor in Tomasz for programming!
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