The Twitter Seminar On The Development of Error Free Software Continues — Session 3

ERROR-FREE SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT — HOW DO WE HANDLE THE FLOW OF DATA?

In most cases, the management of data is quite different than that of
the associated process.

In the 1960’s, the acronym HIPO defined a basic software documentation
process.

HIPO stands for the following four sections; hierarchy, input, process,
and output.

Obviously, the flow of data was considered different than the associated
process.

Would you believe it if I told you that simple-precedence can also be
used to manage data?

Data Management is also a process. Therefore, Simple-precedence methods
can be used to manage data.

WHATIFWE rigorously used the principals of simple precedence in all
software development? Is that all we have to do?

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