The Role of a Senior Developer

Nowadays I have no time to share my thought here, furthermore I have a tough NDA been signed, so nothing to be mentioned about recent events. But, I have found a good article describing how a senior code developer evolves. Enjoy! http://mattbriggs.net/blog/2015/06/01/the-role-of-a-senior-developer/ And another new expression: code origami. I like it.

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How to distribute Quality Manual? Part VII.

Previously: EPF Composer BPMN – Bizagi Process Modeler I had to continue seeking ways to show processes visually. I knew UML2 together with its limitation, and I looked for other standard modeling languages to visualize process flows. I found BPMN, Business Process Modeling Notations. First I read the standard, and I found that very useful.Continue reading “How to distribute Quality Manual? Part VII.”

How to distribute Quality Manual? Part VI.

Previously: Enterprise Architect and StarUML EPF Composer We were coding our products in Java Eclipse, and when we looked for add-ins to Eclipse we accidentally bumped into EPF Composer. This is an XML based tool for Eclipse that is able to handle all types of objects necessary to describe processes. First I did not wantContinue reading “How to distribute Quality Manual? Part VI.”

How to distribute Quality Manual? Part V.

Previously: Visio UML – Enterprise Architect We used Enterprise Architect to maintain our software designs, so it was straightforward to try its Business Process extension to draw our processes. Enterprise Architect did the work, it was quite easy to show who does what. It provided solution to keep our document templates just next to theirContinue reading “How to distribute Quality Manual? Part V.”

How to distribute Quality Manual? Part IV.

Previously: RoboHelp Visio The first tool I wanted to use to create graphical overview of the Quality System was Microsoft Visio. It is able to draw anything you want, but sometimes the standard license is not enough. Professional one costs a fortune. I entered an overview of the system, and then one of the mostContinue reading “How to distribute Quality Manual? Part IV.”

How to distribute Quality Manual? – Part III.

Previously: PDF Robohelp When we failed with PDF files, we initiated a project to look for possible tools to migrate the Quality System in. Since the main lack was the integration of the different processes, tools were sought that support one click reference between document parts. HTML seemed to be the most appropriate solution. TheContinue reading “How to distribute Quality Manual? – Part III.”

How to distribute Quality Manual? – Part II.

Before: Paper based PDF When I joined, they had the quality manual in electronic form: PDF files. It was more suitable to handle. Furthermore they did not distribute the manual to every employee at every change: the latest version was only available on the intranet, and it was forbidden to create hardcopies. Worked, but still,Continue reading “How to distribute Quality Manual? – Part II.”