Well defined project? Sure, that's easy. But how many projects are really"Kris Warkentin" <email@example.com> wrote in message
"Robert Krten" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
That's a good concept, but in your case you need something that's 100%
accurate and working; for mine, I can get away with stuff like "// add
your code here"
I know....it's always so much easier to HAVE and idea than to implement
I disagree. Give me legs and I'll make a computer dance like Fred Astair.
I can implement any well defined project. And if it's not well defined I
will define it and tell you the pros, cons and alternatives to each
decision. But my problem is being creative. I'm lousy at coming up with
that well defined? I'm including the definition as part of the
implementation. Me having a cool idea is not the same as defining it. For
example, how are you going to represent the 'sum total of all embedding QNX
knowledge' in such a way that an algorithm can take some parameters and
generate an optimal buildfile doing everything you need? Once you've
defined your data representation, algorithms and interfaces, the code often
writes itself but getting the correct definition is non-trivial.