In a recent discussion of local developers and technical recruiters, it came up that not many new developers understand things like writing pseudocode. I don't write pseudocode as often as I used to, but I do find that it is an invaluable tool for breaking through roadblocks in the development process.
Very few developers that I know seem to use pseudocode at all. Is pseudocode a major part of your development cycle?
Related Topics:Developer Mobility Tech & Work CXO Software Hardware Smart Persons Guides
Justin James is the Lead Architect for Conigent.