When it comes to working as a business analyst, I’ve learned that there are just three things you need to keep in your mind when meeting with your customers (the project sponsor (gold owner) and domain experts (“goal donors”)) to gather requirements. These three thoughts will keep your meeting on track, lead you to the next question, and will help you know when your work is done.
I’ve written several things about the Linux
cron command and crontab file format before, and as a quick note, here’s some information on the format of the crontab date and time fields.
Crontab date/time fields
First, from the crontab man page documentation:
As a note to self, here’s a link to the docs.scala-lang.org issues on Github.
As a quick note today, I’ve been trying to build my own Amazon Kindle eBook using HTML and CSS, and yesterday I learned that I also need an OPF file as part of the process of creating both the eBook and the Table of Contents (TOC).
This morning I found that Amazon has a collection of sample books that you can use with Kindlegen, and the “Guide” project specifically includes the following example OPF file, which is well-documented.
I’ve currently written this document as a “note to self” about how the Android
AsyncTask works. It’s currently incomplete, but if you want to know how an AsyncTask works, most of the answers are generally here. I provide documentation for most aspects of the
AsyncTask, though my coverage of (a) updating progress/status and (b) canceling an
AsyncTask is a little weak atm.
This is an excerpt from the Scala Cookbook (partially modified for the internet). This is Recipe 18.8, “Generating SBT Project API Documentation.”
Use any of the SBT commands listed in the following table, depending on your documentation needs.
Tried to use someone’s software library.
Documentation was bad, couldn’t get it to work.
Used someone else’s.
I don’t know much about it yet, but MkDocs is a static website generator that’s “geared towards building project documentation.” I’ll add more here as I learn it.
This is an excerpt from the Scala Cookbook (partially modified for the internet). This is Recipe 14.8, “How to generate Scala documentation with the scaladoc command.”
You’ve annotated your Scala code with Scaladoc, and you want to generate developer documentation for your API.