C++ work

John Ralls jralls at ceridwen.us
Wed Sep 10 09:51:51 EDT 2014

On Sep 10, 2014, at 5:05 AM, Ted Creedon <tcreedon at easystreet.net> wrote:

> mark up the screenshots with proposed changes
> then write the user's manual, systems administrator's manual & systems
> administrator's reference manual - submit for comments & approvals
> then write C++ header files that wrap your subroutines &compile & link
> only then can you begin code conversion
> writing code is the last step, not the first step - and its very boring-
> but you do get zero defect code

I know of no project, waterfall or otherwise, that ever produced zero-defect code.

The changes we're discussing in this context are not reflected in the GUI and so there would be no markup on screen shots and no changes to the documentation.

John Ralls

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