June 2019
July 2019 Issue
Collins Software's Newsletter
Application Development Part #1:
(Application Independent Data Structures)

Every information structure must be readable, transferable, and stored in an application independent format. This requires that every file, database, and service have no hard coded data structures. This requires that the application that creates an information structures have no control over of the transfer or storage of information.

Access to information and the elimination of version conflicts is critical to any application's life expectancy. The added benefit of not having to be concerned with writing, designing, and testing this major work that is involved with existing software development, improved application capabilities and reduces effort in application development time.

The removal of version conflicts is handled by the system. This means any data created at any time can still be used by the same application independent of any change to information structure. The same system therefore allow any application to access any information for any purpose "Application Development"




"To find yourself, think for yourself." -- Socrates

"I know not what course others may take, but as for me, give me liberty, or give me death!" -- Patrick Henry

"We learn from experience that men never learn anything from experience." -- George Bernard Shaw

"Effort without talent is a depressing situation... but talent without effort is a tragedy." -- Mike Ditka

"The first duty of a man is to think for himself" -- Jose Marti

"Great minds discuss ideas; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people." -- Eleanor Roosevelt


A Change from Software Development to Application Development:
The effort to build any application is 97% software development and only 3% application development. I have a system that is 100% application development. This means a system that reduces application development of years of effort to just a few minutes.

What is the application development? I consider it to be programming only using words and syntax that apply to the real world and that is readable by humans.  For example, if I am writing an application for a cook, it will only use words that a cook will use. So this means that the software development of the system has already been accomplished, and turned over to the application developer. 

Jane is a software development system to create an application development system. So we need maybe a total of 2000 software developers to create a system for the billions of application developers.









Author: Clif Collins

Houston, Texas
July 1, 2019

email: c1@CollinsSoftware.com