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Over the past few hours, I have been trying to identify with these 10 steps. The suggestions and ideas you graciously shared are reflection-inducing. Starting off, these ten steps are like beads to a string, I had the notion that this is so much of a teaching-material quality, because you have addressed two interleaving concepts, the Database issue and the Programming one. So seriously consider having this published and displayed on a wider scale to those whose interests fall inside these concerns. I mean after having duly taken into accounts the many suggestions and inspirations that would pour.

within the points 3-6, the area where scanning, categorizing and tracing is more crucial, Exploring the type system can by far be one of the toughest takes especially while exploring the code structure and the classes relationship on one hand and on the other if a database is involved, the records types. The flow between classes and the events that trigger these classes, the associated variables and scopes are all places where an attention has to be sharp, refined, present, so without a clear understanding of the data streams and the way things go, and how these data travel through classes and code back and forth with the combined ability to visualize them in that act, a correlation between these two steps can be illusive.

As I said I have been trying to identify with these gems, It appears to me that you have a programming style that is -if I may say- based on characterization, for something to be cognizable enough it has to have this character to it serving as a dimension with every involved character behavior pretty much as in a story, interleaving, associating, working together... but I am failing to reach to figure how I can read the plot from the code and where the main knot of it is.

With regard to the time constraints, you have dealt with fairness at addressing the time requirements and the spaces while bearing in mind the iterative nature of the process. That is an admiration of skills I have for you, I look up to this level of stability. :).. Thanks for sharing this with us...



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In reply to Re: Swallowing an elephant in 10 easy steps by biohisham
in thread Swallowing an elephant in 10 easy steps by ELISHEVA

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