Follow the Software Requirements Strictly

As a programmer, I learned to follow directions as what programming software does to my programs. Kapag sinabi ko sa application to print 20 copies, it will print 20 copies, walang angal. Hindi sya magrereklamo, basta, lahat ng programming instruction na sinabi ko sa program ko, gagawin nya.

As a programmer, ganun din ako. When the application requirement says that the filename should have a maximum length of 6 characters, hindi ko na ipipilit ang gusto kong 8 or 9 characters. Kapag sinabing create a file whose filename is XXX01K where XXX is your initial, ora mismo, yan ang gagawin ko. Hindi ko ipipilit ang sarili kong filename. I read all the requirements needed before starting to code. At kahit medyo nakakatawa yung requirements nila, sumusunod na lang ako. I know naman kasi na my boss had already talked to our client at napag-usapan na yang requirement na yan, kaya hindi ko na dapat ipilit ang gusto ko. Ganun ako. Para kung may reklamo sila sa ginawa ko, simple lang ang sagot ko. Yan ang nakasulat sa requirement nyo eh. Sinunod ko lang. Tapos, sabay pakita ng requirement. Now, kung gusto nilang baguhin yung requirement and there will be major changes, natural lang na magextend ng deadline, di ba? Hindi ko naman kasalanan na mali-mali pala yung ibinigay nilang requirements, di ba? Hehehe.

Well, yan ang payo ko sa mga baguhan sa IT field. Lalo na sa mga programmer na fresh graduates. Just do what you are paid to do. You can ask questions and make suggestions, but don’t ever change your code. Follow the requirements strictly. Hindi yung ginawan ka na nga ng guide, ipipilit mo pa ang sarili mong gusto. Magtayo ka na lang ng sarili mong kumpanya kung gusto mo ang masusunod, hehehe.

Yes boss. Sige po, hindi na ako magboblog. Promise! Hehehe. Joke lang po!

Yun lang!

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Marhgil Macuha

Marhgil Macuha is a Computer Engineer by profession. He is a professional network marketer in the Philippines, with business partners all over the world.

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