For this project, I will be using the AGILE METHOD. This methodology is developer-centric, making it perfect for a project where the primary stakeholder is myself, without an end user soliciting features or making demands. The flexibility of this method will work to my advantage given the minimal knowledge I have of the effort and time demands built into this undertaking, allowing me to iteratively reassess the deadlines and requirements of this project. The Waterfall method would be better suited to user-centric, collaborative development.
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For this semester, I will be designing and constructing portions of a Photo Editor and Paint App for mobile. In developing this app for Android, I expect components to be heavily based in Java.
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In the past I’ve written posts explaining why the terms “father of” and “the greatest” should be firmly avoided when writing about the history of science. James Sumner has also written an excellent post The F-Word explaining why the term “the first” should also be banned from the vocabulary of any serious historian of science or technology. Today I’m going to explain why the expression “XY invented the scientific method” should also be regarded as a hanging offense!
Rather like the terms the greatest or the father of, inventor of the scientific method is an attribute that has been applied to a myriad of scholars down through the ages, Aristotle, Archimedes, Ibn al-Haytham, Galileo, Bacon (both Roger and Francis), Descartes and Newton are just some of the more prominent historical figures who invented the scientific method. Makes for kind of a crowded field doesn’t it?
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I have another blog where I post details on story material from the shared universe of Star Wars, in an order with which fans can introduce them films to friends or family.
Are you a Star Wars fan with kids, or someone who’s never seen the series? The Canvas Order is an exciting introduction to the timeless story of Star Wars.
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Now that Disney has replaced the stories of the old Star Wars EU with new stories guided by the Lucasfilm Story Group , it would be fitting for Del Rey and Lucasfilm publishing to commission a series of movie novelizations that connect the greater Star Wars universe with the primary films. Novelizations provide the opportunity to expand a story, further exploring character feelings, thoughts, and motives.