Brown trousers time :~
Lyle - CosmicPerl.com
perl at cosmicperl.com
Mon Oct 8 21:19:41 BST 2007
asmith9983 at gmail.com wrote:
> Instead of thinking of it as your biggest project, break it up into a
> set of more manageable smaller projects, which you can can really
> focus on. Are you programming this by yourself, or are you part of a
> team ? Write some good design documentation before you start.
> Looking back later it'll tell you what you intended, whereas the code
> only says what it's doing. If the project has 10's of thousands of
> lines then someone is investing a lot in its construction, so
> long-term maintenance must be a consideration. Incorporate a test
> routines into your design so any changes can be easily tested. This
> takes time.
Your right. I'm doing most of this myself, financial help from
investors. Does anyone have a link to some design documentation guides?
For the last 8 years I've basically been winging it on scraps of paper.
This project it so big, it does need a professional design approach.
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