By Mary Word You have seen some of the important elements, such as commenting and naming. Ordering the elements in a page is also important. There are functional reasons to do this, of course. If you have six actions in a group and the third one tells the program to jump to another page, the last three will never be executed. Your interaction depends on a certain sequence of events[…]READ MORE about The Lectora User’s Conference and my First Big Presentation – Part 6: Anatomy of a Presentation, Continued
By Mary Word (Relearn what I did—the importance of commenting your own work. Also, big cheers for debug.) If you have ever done programming, or taken a programming course, you have been told to comment your code. One of the best ways to write code is by writing the comments first – pseudocode, if you will. I have worked with programmers who thought that it wasn’t macho to write comments.[…]READ MORE about The Lectora User’s Conference and my First Big Presentation – Part 5: Anatomy of a Presentation – How Did I Do That, Again?