Software Development Life
October 16, 2012
Each Tuesday, we will take a walk around the web and note some of the more interesting software development related articles. If you see something you would like us to include, please submit them to us, either directly or through the Blog Carnival link above. We would love to know what you think is worthy of review and discussion.
Submitted by Paul Sisco
I think most of us who have interviewed prospective developers feel the same way about wasting time on an interview where the resume was made with a buzzword generator, but the owner of that resume can’t actually name a java object. I bet this isn’t limited to just java developers.
I have the same question. It looks interesting.
I’ve discussed this before. Why is the most important question that we need to ask when getting requirements and designing a solution. John does a great job of explaining it.
My opinion that programming is an art form still stands. This article talks about making readable code, and if you have ever tried to decipher code written by someone who clearly did not care, you understand how important it is. The obfuscated c code contest is fun, but dealing with stuff like that in the workplace is just horrible.
Making an online multi-player game sounds like fun, and the way it is described makes it sound like something to do after work just to get some geek fun in.
This is brilliant, and the pictures make it complete.
Here is a brief discussion about software development methodologies. I’m a proponent of agile process, so it is certainly biased in that direction.
Data Quality… Yeah; It’s that important. Let’s learn from the mistakes of others.
Submitted by Jon Lorentsen
If you don’t have a clue about cloud computing, check out this nice explanation.
Submitted by Muhammad Irfan Zafar
Posted at Experts Column, saying, “These days, more and more individuals are seeking information on the internet. It is simpler, handy and quicker. If you are desirous to get achievements, you should be aware of where individuals are going whenever they crave details relevant to their own concerns and appropriate alternatives.”