Lessons from Programming
Over the last few years, I have been expected to work in various programming languages, using source code editors applicable to the projects and solutions I was requested to deliver for. These are probably the most important and first two decisions that any programmer is expected to make – choosing which “camp” they will join, and how they desire to work to deliver on assignments. To start programming is a thrilling experience.
A business might introduce computer based software (on or off-line) into their “success equation” at any point. It can start with anything from enhancing customer experience, to delivering vital support to critical business functions. A programmer may be employed to assist the business in realising their goals.
Although a programmer’s primary objective is to deliver, he/she also aims to hone their skills and to become a specialist – delivering on time, according to spec, and ultimately not only excellent solutions to problems posed, but also solutions that are intuitive, easy for the end-user to understand and use, and, with enough time and resources allocated for the project, to ensure that solutions hold the expected level of aesthetic appeal.
Isogram Consulting also periodically posts some helpful basic examples on “Lazy Loading” to assist other programmers in realising some of their aims, and someone will be standing by to answer questions about the examples posted, if anyone should need assistance.
Here is the link to the first:
Yours in programming excellence,