That's why I say test and verify - you can do this while implementing
Basically I agree with this other AM at Re: Re: Re: My number 1 tip for developers..
You and BrowserUk both seem to have a different understanding of the steps.
Perhaps I should have emphasized basic in the basic software engineering steps.
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BrowserUk says The whole point of the tip is the idea that you learn to recognise (as early as possible) when you are wasting time trying to 'get something to go',
and that's a good tip if you get
writers coders block. I suppose my only uneasiness with BrowserUks original node is that he first tips on the mechanics of banging a keyboard, when spec/analysis and then design is what you always need to start with.
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