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Review by  Lyndon Zhang
Reviewed on 2004-08-29
Note! This review was written for a previous version of this file!

This is a good reference tool for developers. It is very important that all software is properly documented so that functionality. I agree with all the steps that the author has written. I strongly recommend that you read through this documentation (which is not long) if you program, regardless of what language you may use.


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Review by  Kyle Katarn
Reviewed on 2004-08-29
Note! This review was written for a previous version of this file!

I think this document is an excellent addition to the archives. And as a programmer, I recognized this since the moment I've read the file's title. It covers the most important stages of a project's development: from scratches to the final work, and it does it in a "fast-track learning" fashion! Everyone, and I mean everyone, should spent five minutes of his/her day reading the whole document at least once in their lives! Lot's of people out there don't follow a solid workflow, therefore is common for them to abandon a project just because they got "lost" in the code, for example.

Even for small applications, the "Development Cycle" comes with a handful of tips! Great tutorial, Teoryn!


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