What Are The Steps In Programming Process?


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Connor Sephton answered
To program properly, the first step is to isolate the specific problem that must be addressed. In programming, all programs are written to solve issues and resolve problems.

Therefore, to begin, a programmer must have a detailed grasp of an essential problem; the problem must be investigated from all sides, and completely understood, so that the program itself will be able to solve the problem and, in doing so, serve its basic purpose.

The Next Step In The Programming Process

  • Creating a solution is step two in the programming process. Specifications should be outlined, based on solutions to the central problem.
  • The third step in the programming process is the actual writing of the program. To perform this step, a person will need programming experience - they will have to understand the computer languages used to code programs. Sometimes, this part of the programming process will be outsourced. For example, executives may isolate a problem and propose solutions, and then turn their information over to an experienced computer programmer, who will write the program and hand it back for their perusal. Often, web programmers for hire are available at online agencies, such as Elance.
  • The final step of the programming process is auditing the solution to be certain it fulfills its expectations. For example, a program may be tested by beta users, who look for bugs in the system, review the program, and pass on their advice to executives or computer programmers. Then, the program is tweaked until it works according to expectations. Often, adjustments will continue to be made over the long term, in order to give a program maximum efficiency and usefulness.
Taking a computer programming course is a great way to learn more about the steps of the programming process. Community colleges, high schools, and universities may have courses that detail each step, and teach students how to design their own programs, from visualization to completion.
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Nihar More..... answered

There are five main ingredients in the programming process:

  • Defining the problem.
  • Planning the solution.
  • Coding the program.
  • Testing the program.
  • Documenting the program

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Karl Sagan answered

I read about it in an article from Oxagile! In fact, I would read many more articles on similar topics! Using Erlang/OTP has many advantages! It's modular, small, but powerful. Cowboy includes various basic handlers for http, rest, spdy and websockets. You can read about this and much more in this article. Good luck reading and writing it!

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Chips Ters answered

Hi. In fact, you have chosen an excellent niche for development, because programming is very promising and now the labor market is very short of qualified specialists in this field.
As for me, to begin with you need to decide what programming language you want to study. Then you need to learn the theoretical foundations of the programming language you choose. After that you need to start practicing, and can help you with that. Here you can find a lot of ideas for your future projects, which will help you to sharpen your programming skills.

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