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".