Unformatted text preview: To overcome many of the difficulties in the analysis process, the programmer should remain open to many different suggestions. They should not choose sides with one person’s or one groups’ ideas, but keep an open mind throughout the project. Unfortunately, many people, including myself, will often find it difficult to remain impartial and open to other employees’, customers’, or managements’ ideas. Another way to eliminate some of the difficulties is to be very concise and to the point. Ask only the most appropriate and important questions. Programmers should not ask questions that will confuse the customers, employees, and supervisors. The questions should be presented in a format similar to a job interview. By staying on point, the programmer will get the best and most useful information that will help in developing the best possible outcome....
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- Spring '10
- Computer Programming, Requirements analysis, Requirements Analysis Process, analysis process