Review the program objective, input data, and output requirements with the analyst, the supervisor, and the customer to confirm the project’s requirements.
By assessing the needs and creating a workflow chart and diagram with knowledge of the computer’s capabilities, the subject matter, the programming language, and logic, you may arrange the project’s requirements in a programming order.
By translating workflow information into computer language, encode the project requirements.
Enter ciphered data to program the computer.
Test the program’s functionality; change the program’s code or sequence.
By writing operational instructions, make a reference for users.
Documenting the creation and revision of the program can help you keep historical records.
Keep information private to preserve client trust and safeguard operations.
Participate in the collaborative effort by doing pertinent tasks as needed.