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The best way to find out how a user thinks is to watch one. Ask a user to complete a task using a similar piece of software to what you’re developing. Make sure the task is a real one: “Add up a column of numbers” is OK; “Calculate your expenses for the last month” is better. ”—there’s a big clue in that question. Get the user to talk through his or her progress. Don’t interrupt. Don’t try to help. ” The first thing you’ll notice is that users do a core of things similarly. They try to complete tasks in the same order—and they make the same mistakes in the same places.
It follows, then, that everybody should agree on the coding standard, too—it does not help if one developer uses three spaces to indent code, and another uses four. 8 97 Things Every Programmer Should Know There exists a wealth of tools that can be used to produce code quality reports and to document and maintain the coding standard, but that isn’t the whole solution. It should be automated and enforced where possible. Here are a few examples: • Make sure code formatting is part of the build process, so that everybody runs it automatically every time they compile the code.
Companies can always send out our magic robots to “patch” the broken buildings and vehicles they sell. All of this points to a startlingly counterintuitive conclusion: our sole premise was a dramatic reduction in construction costs, with the result that quality got worse. It shouldn’t surprise us that the preceding story has played out in software. If we accept that code is design—a creative process rather than a mechanical one—the software crisis is explained. We now have a design crisis: the demand for quality, validated designs exceeds our capacity to create them.