Posts Tagged ‘standards’
Question by eu: How do coding standards for a software company that develops software?
How do coding standards for a software company that develops and maintains software for intensive-care units differ from those in an organization that develops and maintains accounting products?
Answer by Wi-Skier
It is all in QA.
I am not saying the accounting software will be coded in a sloppy manner, but that the testing requirements for the ICU software will be more stringent. After all, if the ICU software hits a flaw a very realistic outcome is a patient’s death.
I once interviewed for a aeronautical firmware testing company and they said they had to test every branch in a piece of software they were testing.
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Question by abood_nt: How can i stop judging people based on others standards?
Last month i started my new job at a software company. Since the first day, some employees started to about this guy called Jim and they were telling me some horrible things that he have done in the past years.
At the beginning i was just listening and not paying attention to what they are saying but lately i felt that i started to hate this guy even though i haven’t hold a single conversation with him.
What is the scientific term for what happened to my judgment to jim? how can i stop that from happeningng again with other people?
Answer by Fury Of The Bane
You just jumped on a band wagon, it happens.
Always put yourself in that persons shoes, and the people around him. Tell yourself that what your hearing is the worst of that person, and is probably exaggerated.
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