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comment What document should describe usage of a third party library in a project?
it's fine, thanks.
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accepted How to maintain a steady pace at development?
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comment How to maintain a steady pace at development?
CAnt agree more that if you follow true agile, you should be done with the task in each iteration at the end of one. And that of course includes testing, design and development. Good thing about agile is you still have to do some designing in the next iteration which may keep me motivated until the end.
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comment How to maintain a steady pace at development?
By pace at development I mean 8 hours of working for example. And no I dont start with the easy task and leave the hard task for later. I have always finished the project far earlier from the deadline, but my problem is at the end of the project life time I need to force my self to work for 5hrs, while in the beginning I simply put 10 hours on the project. And leftovers are always small easy task that I know how to solve, but I am not only as enthusiastic as I was at the start of the project and I just want the project to finsih and start a new one.
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comment How should subsytem in different locations interact and communicate?
I have actually started to make my own, so I wrote a generic library which all other system can use. And I have added a new Database with some tables for rules and notification.
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comment How to maintain a steady pace at development?
@gnat I read other posts too, and that is what make me to ask the question again, because it seems to be a common problem between programmers although those have not been any answered so I thought maybe its because of the development approach that some of us take, or its because we do what we like first...I am not sure
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comment How to maintain a steady pace at development?
@RhysW that can work in one project or two, but I am looking for some long term solution because right now I start to feel maybe I am doing something wrong. Because I like t code and I have a little OCd about it, and about the way I code. So I like to code clean and test everything before giving it to customer, but at the end it is just hard to make my self convinced that I need to finish it, nevertheless that getting paid after the project can be the best reward
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comment How to maintain a steady pace at development?
@JanDoggen what you are saying is very true... I guess I need to take the whole process of developing software as a whole, as one big puzzle as you mentioned, and in order to solve the whole puzzle I have to solve everything. But I was just curios if following a certain development approach would make it easier for me. Like after having the rough design of the whole project, I implement every thing perfectly before I start doing the next component, something like TDD
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comment How should subsytem in different locations interact and communicate?
then cool, I will have look for sure. Thank you.
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comment How should subsytem in different locations interact and communicate?
8 systems totally a many users.
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comment How should subsytem in different locations interact and communicate?
Thank you, will surely have a look on it, and this a very good tool to know about for future projects. But I need to write our own solution, because the subsystems ,AFAIK, are not allowed to be connected to internet. Is it possible to use nagios in a intranet? better to read the docs...cheers though.
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comment How should subsytem in different locations interact and communicate?
monitoring servers is one of the notification user can set, there are other type of notification which can be set base on the behavior and output of other subsystems like their state and etc.
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comment What is the most effective way to add functionality to unfamiliar, structurally unsound code?
+1, lost it at anything written by anyone else is rubbish.