Documentation in your organization

Documentation is one of the most valuable assets you can create as a software engineer, obviously, the most valuable one will be the code you are producing, and that’s perfectly fine, however, in the times of misunderstood agile (not only agile) we (whole industry) tend to fall into trap of thinking that documentation is some “extra” addition that can be skipped and taken care of in not-defined future. The problem with this…

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Software engineer, technology enthusiast, common sense lover, serial co-founder, and a father of two.

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