• Unit 7: Implementation

    Implementation, also known as programming or coding, is the process of using a programming language to convert specified requirements into software source code and later into compiled code for execution. Programmers can use automated tools to convert design requirements into code.

    Sometimes, vendors are subcontracted to develop all or part of the software, and even the hardware that it will run on, according to specified requirements. In these situations, vendors will bid on the subcontract by providing a proposal.

    Completing this unit should take you approximately 2 hours.

    • 7.1: History of Programming

    • 7.2: Choosing Implementation Languages

    • 7.3: Version Control Systems

    • Unit 7 Assessment