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imperative programming

Imperative programming is a software development paradigm where functions are implicitly coded in all the steps required to solve a problem. Read Full Definition

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small-unit metric system or centimeter-gram-second (cgs) system of units

The small-unit metric system (or more formally, the centimeter-gram-second (cgs) system of units) is based on three fundamental units: the centimeter (cm), which quantifies displacement, the gram (g), which ... Read Full Definition

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walking skeleton

A walking skeleton, in a software development context, is a minimal initial implementation of an application that includes and connects the major components of the system's architecture. Read Full Definition

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Go (programming language)

Go, or GoLang, is an open source, general-purpose programming language developed by Google engineers to create dependable and efficient software. Read Full Definition

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release plan

In agile software development, a release plan is an evolving flowchart that describes which features will be delivered in upcoming releases. (Continued...) Read Full Definition

SAP Cloud Platform ABAP Environment

SAP Cloud Platform ABAP Environment is a software platform that allows SAP developers to use the ABAP language in cloud environments. Read Full Definition

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AWS SDK for iOS

The AWS SDK for iOS is a collection of software tools for the development of applications for Apple iOS-based devices like the iPhone, iPad and iPod. Read Full Definition

critical path method (CPM)

The CPM was developed in the 1950s by DuPont, and was first used in missile-defense construction projects. Since that time the CPM has been adapted to other fields including hardware and software product research ... Read Full Definition

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context menu (right-click menu)

A context menu is a pop-up menu that provides shortcuts for things the software developer anticipates the user might want to do.   Read Full Definition

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Zenoss

Zenoss is a company that develops hybrid IT monitoring analytics software for visibility in cloud, virtual and physical IT environments. Read Full Definition

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