Where do you start?
One of the hardest things about building software is being asked to come up with a solution when all you're given is a set of requirements and a blank sheet of paper. Many project teams will dive straight into the nitty-gritty of the technologies and while this can initially be very productive, the slippery slope of constant rework is awaiting those teams that haven't quite found a solution that works. Often, a little forethought is all that's needed to get the process heading in the right direction.
Regardless of whether you're hand-crafting source code in .NET or customising an off-the-shelf product like SharePoint, where do you start?
19 January 2011 |
British Computer Society
St Helier, Jersey