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This chapter is from the book

This chapter is from the book

Task List

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In the rest of this book we’ll go into detail about step three of the development process, writing C# code, and writing it well. But there are three things we need to examine first:

The Development Process

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Everything we do fits into the context of the process of a whole, so we need to understand that first.

System Design

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We know that the development process begins with an idea that gets translated into a specification that describes how the system is to work. We’ll start, then, by looking at a few tools for capturing the system design.

Creating Executables

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The integrated development environment (IDE) provides the tools that translate source code into an executable, a piece of software that a user or another piece of software can execute. We’ll be using Visual Studio to create executables, and before we can make decisions about how to structure an application, we need a little more detail about how that works in the context of the .NET Framework.

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