Monthly Archives: November 2009

Microsoft Team Foundation Server vs Git

For the last few weeks, and in the coming months, I’ve had to (and will have to) work with Microsoft’s Team Foundation Server (TFS).

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Implicit, Contextual Requirements

We tend to forget what we know implicitly: if we’ve been working in the same domain for long enough, we tend to forget that not everybody knows the same things and has the same experience we do. For example, some-one … Continue reading

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A Day In The Life Of A C++ Analyst/Programmer

While listening to Spark, on CBC Radio, I had the idea it might be nice for non-developers (and aspiring developers) to know what a typical day might look like.

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3- Data Structures

Before we delve into the realm of object-oriented programming (which we will get into in the next post), there is a notion that is so basic, and so important to any type of programming, that we have to treat it … Continue reading

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The Quest For Bug-Free Software

In recent literature from the scientific side of software engineering, there’ve been a lot of publications on producing and maintaining high-quality software. A lot of focus is being put on tools, systems, procedures and processes that aim to reduce the … Continue reading

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2-Control Structures

In this post, we’ll take a look at a few control structures in C++. There are only a few of them, so we’ll start by listing them all and giving you some examples of each, but we’ll first take a … Continue reading

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