Formal System Dictionary - Does your team speak the same language?

Posted by: Karl Seguin [MVP], on 15 May 2007 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Today a new developer joined an ongoing discussion weve been having on a new system feature weve been designing/implementing. Within seconds of talking about it, I found myself doing something I later realize is quite common for me: establishing a common vocabulary across all members of the team and enforcing it. I think Im of the opinion that a more or less formal system dictionary should survive the push away from comprehensive documentation. If you live and breathe a system for months or years,...

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