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    forward, issues falling into this category will utilize the preceding argument. Heuristic #2 The need for gestural communication is a further embellishment of synchronous modes of CMC that fall within the realms of the argument given for the first heuristic. Specifically, the group member is required to explain changes and rationale thereof upon checking the artifact back into the repository post editing. These are facts that can be verified and proven by checking the change history of the artifact and comparing their respective versions side by side. These are capabilities and features of all four RVCS, which neither depend upon nor require gestural communication. Moreover, in support of the heuristic, many asynchronous message posting software components allow the use of emoticons that serve as makeshift forms of gestural, non-verbal, communication. Therefore, gestural communication and synchronous communication in general has already been established as a luxury, rather than a necessity. Again, the issue ranks as level FOUR in severity for all four pieces of groupware per the first heuristic. Heuristic #3 Once again, embodiment, gestural, and other non-verbal forms of communication fall into the category of synchronous communication, or are embellishments and enhancements thereof. The third heuristic is simply an extension and embellishment of the first two heuristics. Hence, the arguments given with respect to the first two heuristics again apply. As a result, all four…

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    The internet and modern day computers have made the idea of productive team collaboration incredibly simple and efficient for many people. For software developers, technologies such as GitHub and BitBucket has given teams the ability to perform version control for their collaborative projects. The following proposal aims to give another take on software collaboration, utilizing the abundance of powerful computer and internet based technologies to help do this. This proposal, called Easy Code…

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    A robot is only as reliable and trustworthy as the program that controls it. TruPhysics is an owner-managed company that was founded in 2014 at the Institute of automation and software engineering of University Stuttgart. They have created a unique simulation process. By creating digital twins of the robot and environment and simulating the physical behavior in real-time to generate training data training neuronal networks of the robot. Thus they can handle tasks in individual situations with…

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    CASE stands for Computer Aided Software Engineering which is software that supports one or more software engineering activities within a software development process, and is gradually becoming popular for the development of software as they are improving in the capabilities and functionality and are proving to be beneficial for the development of quality software. It was originated in 1970s. CASE allows for rapid development of software because of the increasing speed of changing market-demands…

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    Software Now that we have explored the hardware components of the Symitar Episys system we will explore the software programs of Symitar and how it is used for Advia Credit Union. Information about the functions and software were gathered from several resources at Advia Credit Union. Eric Sheldon, Symitar core administrator for Advia Credit Union provided the following insight on the core application. Symitar uses both Java programming and a proprietary programming called PowerOn. There is…

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    allow people to share their stories. In modern times, people have seen the power platforms such as Twitter have, where citizens of authoritarian nations are able to reach out to the global community to inform them of local events despite all other sources of communication being blacked out. The disenfranchised are able to make themselves known, people are able to openly criticize specific aspects of a culture, and all are able to reach a wide audience. Springboarding from increased…

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    But what does the real world look like? This question is so ambiguous that it has become a canned question that stumps some interviewers. Based on my three internship experiences (though diverse across location and industry), a more realistic answer of what a software engineer does instead of just reading a spec and working with teammates from a solid 9-5 (or 10-6) is this. The engineer gets in the office, opens Outlook, and proceeds to get inundated by emails sent while he was eating dinner or…

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    compresses the data, it then translates it into timely user-friendly data for managers to use in order to make proper decision for the organization (Banks, 2015). MIS system will help the company meet their tactical and strategic goals (Banks, 2015) . According to Danxia Kong and Maytal Saar-Tsechansky article ‚ÄúCollaborative information acquisition for data-driven decisions‚ÄĚ, MIS will help improve an organization efficiency when put with an appropriate predictive models (Kong, 2014). Business…

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    is back with one apple because there is only one grocery store on his way back. If someone laugh at the story, do not doubt, he or she is a software engineer. The story reflects to how computer engineers communicates with others, when the husband passes by a grocery store, he buys an apple until he bought the tenth apple. I am not surprise if you feel confused about this eccentric story, because it is the logic that computer engineers use to communicate with machines. Unfortunately, computer…

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    Rostra Technologies is a Chennai based Software Development, Training, Consulting, E-publishing and outsourcing company in IT/ITES industry that creates opportunities to serve for its customers as they confrontation the difficulties of building commercial grade software. Our company provides the precise and widespread IT solutions for your business needs and growth. Rostra has faith in being reliable, forthright and proactive in all inside and outside correspondence with our Client. Procedure is…

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