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How much time to spend planning/defining how to architecture the CLD examn

Going through the sample examns..

 

How important is to plan on paper the cld problem? do you dedicate around 30 minutes or more?

 

 

CLAD, CTD
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Tell the truth, I never mapped it out on paper.  I just practiced over and over until I could recognize the kind of design pattern I would need for a given problem.

Bill
CLD
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Humble author of the CLAD Nugget.
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I think I spent around 20 minutes reading the prompt and planning. I have yet to see a prompt that couldn't be done with an event driven state machine so I wouldn't worry too much about architecture. My "planning" was just a really rough sketch of what general states I needed and what they did in one sentence and I only did that much because on one of my practices I got to like 3 hours and couldn't figure out how to implement a pretty important feature without changing half of what I did.

Matt J | National Instruments | CLA

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I did not use paper either. I think I spent maybe 10 minutes reading and thinking before I went to work. It might be good to spend more time, but I was anxious to get started coding...

 

(Per Hult, CLD)

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