A number of different aspects have to be considered to ensure that the best possible quality can be achieved in software development. The clearly laid out and densely packed 2-page cheat sheet offers developers specific notes, tips and rules in nine different sections on how to make as few errors as possible in development projects.
A software architecture includes the higher-level structure of a software system, the discipline to create such structures and the documentation of these structures. It describes all components and relations. The cheat sheet helps to construct such architectures with more than 15 thematic lists and a total of more than 90 tips.
The purpose of a workshop is to develop a previously defined goal or result collectively in the group. It is therefore a tool for achieving goals in the development process. The two-page cheat sheet contains six practical lists on the topics of workshop types, structure and procedure, moderator tasks, tips & tricks, visual aids and rules of play.
Anyone who has to write and execute lots of tests in agile environments will find useful ToDo lists, principles, patterns and tips for avoiding problems in this cheat sheet. The highlight of the cheat sheet is the TDD-TDD test cycle graphic, which uses a sophisticated decision tree to guide users through the test cycle.
The best method for making the fewest possible errors in developing software is to write clean program source code or clean code. The clearly laid out and densely packed two-page cheat sheet offers developers numerous tips, lists, tricks, do’s and don’ts as well as practical instructions so that their code stays as clean as possible.