Lean Documentation

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My amateur research has given me the insight that the three most important things for greater effectiveness and good quality are knowledge, knowledge and knowledge. Knowledge is best acquired through a dialog but a dialog is only efficient if it includes someone with knowledge. Unfortunately, there are situations when such a person is not around.

This article will help you write effective and useful documentation for those situations where documentation is the only available source of knowledge.

Read the full article at InfoQ

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