I always like to say that documentation should live with the code, within the code or besides the code. That's always what I try to do, write at least some decent README, and write some documentation inside the code. But writing a big documentation file is always a challenge, as it keeps growing, it becomes … Continue reading Enhance your code documentation
Happy New Year everyone! At the very end of the last year, we received the news that our presentation videos from GLA Summit 2020 were made available at Youtube. I comment about this event in my previous posts here and here. If you missed, you may have a chance to learn from the best developers … Continue reading GLA Summit 2020 Videos
As mentioned in my previous post, this year I had the opportunity to present one of my projects at the GLA Summit, which is a Global LabVIEW Architects Summit (online event), that this year filled the gap for the absence of the annual CLA Summit, that did not occur due to the COVID-19. We had … Continue reading GLA Summit 2020 Presentation
Recently I've been digging around Gitlab, and I noticed a new feature was released to the general public, the Requirements Management. How is this feature going to help me? In every programming language and project we have to deal with requirements, in any other way, requirements that you write, requirements that your client want, and … Continue reading Gitlab Requirements Management
This is one of big points that I consider very important in maintaining a source code, being public or in your company. As the LabVIEW Community grows with open source code, it is important to know this software engineering trick. Let's have some discussion about it. Why? I could enumerate many things here, but there … Continue reading Keep a Changelog, but Why?
For those who have been reading my last posts, in Part 1 and Part 2 of my posts about managing dependencies I wrote about the App I developed for managing my dependencies. The fact is, I needed a new shape for the app, and also redesign the code. It was initially a Proof of Concept … Continue reading User Interface and the Dependency Manager
Everyone who has read my previous posts knows that I enjoy the JSON format, mainly for its easy readability, adapt very good to classes, very interoperable with most web tools, and usually faster than other human readable formats, such as YAML). A couple of days ago I was fooling around with the new Interfaces in … Continue reading Interfaces, OOP and JSON
Finally, I am writing my first post on my blog. It was a real quest to set up a blog. I am not quite satisfied yet, but it is readable. For the last few weeks, I put on my mind that I somehow needed to share something of the things that I’ve been intensive learning … Continue reading First Post