So this is the beginning of the end, well for the blogs anyway. We‘ve learned a lot about flow charts and DFDs over my past blogs and other bloggers as well. To summarise quickly we learned
• What is a flowchart and what are their benefits
• What exactly is a DFD and what does it stand for?(Data flow Diagram ,Duh!)
• The symbols
• How and to make them
• And how they can improve exam performance
It is this blogger’s hope that you can now appreciate the how important flow charts are. And if there is positive purpose of this blog entry it is that you will become more aware of how often flow charts are being used in day to day life.
Computer programmers need to make a flow chart for computers to figure out what people need e.g. what are the processes, where can the can we insert a decision option and what are the alternatives uses for the computer user.
Answering those annoying telephone customers services where they give a “decision” like press one for x or press four for y.
The first thing you see on a D.V.D, when it’s in a D.V.D player, is the first “entity” of home menu
Inserting your credit card number to buy a product in a website requires a process and perhaps a decision on whether you would like updates from the website
To conclude, it’s been a pleasure. The whole point of these blogs was to learn more about our topic and how to use social media. But also and more importantly have, to have fun. I’ve certainly have a lot of fun as you can tell by my informal entries. I hope you found blogs informative and also amusing. As cheesy as sounds Il end this blog and complete my entry list by using the words I start every blog with. So good bye for now and remember always
“Go with the Flow”