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4.1 EZ To Use Plain Language Applications Tutorials
July 27, 2013
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Here is why I am always asking about software feedback:

Once Upon A Time before Atlantis sank, in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy I was a state-of-the-art electronics hardware geek. I know how to troubleshoot bad field-effect-transistors and solder them off and onto printed circuit boards full of integrated circuit chips.

Today's integrated circuit chips are as small as dandruff flakes and can only be soldered using a microscope, and printed circuit boards are thousands of time cheaper to $wap out than paying old dinosaur technicians like Me to take the time to repair them.

Also I was working on and troubleshooting a 40 parallel microprocessor computer system with a company proprietary DOS (disk operating system) all day long and didn't really want to play more with a personal computer when I got home from work. Not even personal computer Games.

Meanwhile all the kids were replacing what many ROM IC chips' instruction programs could do with portable disk software that could be shared between different applications as RAM temporary memory increased from Megabytes to Gigabytes. That was yesteryear as today we are getting into common memory Terabytes.

And I fell behind the software and personal computing operating jargon curve.

For example, I get a Brain Freeze these days, like eating too cold ice cream too fast, when I try to ingest reading a Simple-to-use Gobbledegook (c) program software tutorial that states something like:

The extremely User Friendly Gobbledegook (c) program is a generic type of software application comprising portable code intended for one or more different software platforms that collaborate when used in the construction of applications used as shorthand for any cross functional group that often implies that either the Goobledegook (c) program application, user interface, or both, are light, meaning relatively simple and easy to use, as opposed to a more complete software package, to control and change the appearance of elements for operating software as a portable application installed and executed, typically by the non-expert, or other simple functionality from third party publishers as third party software developed for an online platform, with the Goobledegook (c) program user interface or the entire Goobledegook (c) program application hosted by the network service to provide them underlying platform services in that many such applications are more complex internally and in operation than the simple relationship between platform and developer server that manages the Goobledegook (c) program application instances and allows them to be embedded in web applications in addition to being provided for Goobledegook (c) program client devices and may be especially useful in placing live data-rich Goobledegook (c) program applications on the device where the growing pervasiveness of these Goobledegook (c) program applications is easily understood.

While these Goobledegook (c) program applications are a convenience in the online world, they can be looked at as near-essential in the mobile world. The reason: the mobile device is small and the interface is often challenging. Wading through large amounts of information in a mobile environment is not just a nuisance; it is a near impossibility as one of the biggest challenges of the Goobledegook (c) program application development is writing multiple sets of computer code so that it will be compatible with multiple operating systems and types of devices and the Goobledegook (c) program user should evaluate and then deploy such user friendly Goobledegook (c) program applications according to four criteria: the Goobledegook (c) program business model, the Goobledegook (c) program distribution model, the Goobledegook (c) program server-side application framework and the Goobledegook (c) program run-time environment with its purpose to provide relevant information to the Goobledegook (c) program user in a non-intrusive manner and using few resources to enable the Goobledegook (c) program user to view on demand, encapsulated information from predetermined data sources. Ideally, the Goobledegook (c) program application will present personalized content, based on the Goobledegook (c) program user’s preferences. It is supposed to provide the most important information that a Gobbledegook (c) program user requires on a day to day basis.

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Got all that!!!

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