On 09/24/2012 05:38 PM, AmirBehzad Eslami wrote:
#1 Start using the software as an End-User (don't care about the code) to
understand the business-value of the software
#2 Take a look at the database scheme, try to understand the entities and
their relations
#3 As you use the software, you'll become more curious about its features
and how they've implemented.
#4 Start to see how they've implemented common problems, such as:
Authentication, CRUD, etc. How the other interesting features are

#5 install xdebug + geben + emacs and have a look at the call stacks and bottlenecks.


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