Monday started with SDV503 with Craig and he explained what TRY statements were and the differences in “Public” and “Dim” variables.
Public is a variable that any form can call from while a Dim can only be called from its Private subs unless its at the top of the Form, then all of that form alone can use the variable.
i was then put into a group for next weeks practical, which was to dissecting the code and then creating an action list.
After SDV503, I had CSA502 and we started our new topic, which was hard drives. we got put into teams again and had to analyse a PDF to find 10 questions to ask the other teams. we got 7 out of 10 correct!
Finally for the day, i had DES501 and we had some survey about NMIT. Belma then talked to us about information management and information management cycle. A information life cycle describes the order of which things happen.
this diagram is a perfect example of what a information life cycle may be. First we start with “Identify” which means, finding the information we need to use and also outline what the stakeholder wants you to do. “Acquire” is just like what it says, acquiring, planing, creating that information. obliviously storing, well is storing and organising the information somewhere. Analyseing is problem the most important part of the life cycle, as this is looking through the information you have created, making sure it meets what you outlined with your stakeholders.finally, “using!” the information you have created and sharing it your customers/targeted audience. There is also “archiving”(hymmmm… chives), which is to either update,use or even delete some/all of the information you have created for the stakeholders. it then repeats, for example if the stakeholders wanted to update the information, you would have to “identify” the new information and so on.