Standards, Implementation Types, Repository Definitions and Versions

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As USoft Developer reduces the programming requirement dramatically, most traditional standards become redundant. Nevertheless, there are still a number of standardization issues that need to be addressed at the beginning of a project.

The most important issues are:

· Naming conventions for the data model.


· Naming conventions for constraints, decisions and so on.


· Directory structure of development, test, training and production environments.


· Style guide for the user interface (has to be in place at start of interface definition).


· Definitions for your implementation types.


· Repository version strategy. The version under construction should be considered to be the "current version".