User Experience Design [ˈjuː.zɚ ɪkˈspɪr.i.əns dɪˈzaɪn]: See UXD.Back to Dictionary Read More
UXD [ˌjuːeksːˈdi]: stands for User Experience Design.
UXD or UX aims to give the users a positive experience in accomplishing their tasks at all stages: before, during and after the task. The bottom line is to boost confidence and limit frustration and confusion. Just because it’s pretty doesn’t mean it works.
The official definition (Oxford Dictionary) is „the oval experience of a person using a product such as a website or computer application, especially in terms of easy or pleasing it is use.”
User experience design is responsible for being hands on with the process of research, testing, development, content, and prototyping to test for quality results.Read More
Version control [ˈvɝː.ʒən kənˈtroʊl]: systems that manage changes to code over time.
A version control helps developers to keep track of the old versions of a project and – if a mistake was made in the new version – jump back to them. It also enables them to work on the same project at the same time: It stores the two parallelly made modifications in seperated branches that later can be merged.Back to Dictionary Read More
Working directory [ˈwɝː.kɪŋ daɪˈrek.tɚ.i]: the current computer directory you are working in.
For example, if you want to load a file within a programming script, the working directory is where your relative file path starts.
In R, you can see the current working directory with the command getwd() and set it with setwd(). Similar commands exist for different languages.
When you’re building a web application, the working directory is the main directory containing all the necessary files.Back to Dictionary Read More