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Accelerate Delivery Through Continuous Investment on Knowledge

You don't necessarily have to chose between Working Software and Extensive Documentation! Discover how a Living Documentation can help you in all aspects of your projects, from the business goals to the business domain knowledge, architecture and design, processes and deployment, even if you hate writing docume
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ebook, https://leanpub.com/livingdocumentation/, 289 pages
Published October 1st 2015 by leanpub.com
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Sebastian Gebski
Supposedly 95% done (when I was reviewing it), but TBH it's the most unfinished book of all MEAPs I've ever read (& some were ~50%) - plenty of repetitions, intermittent narratives, etc. Sometimes I had a feeling that Cyrille is trying to rephrase exactly the same thought he did few pages before. These feeling were amplified by the length of the chapters - initial ones were long & elaborated, while the final ones are nothing more than 2-4 pagers.

Somewhere there, behind the flawed form, there's a
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Jevgenij
Jan 06, 2021 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
There are so many interesting ideas in this book, the only downside is that the author tries to mention EVERY SINGLE ASPECT of software development in context of documentation - debugging, refactoring, architecture - it's all there, which creates a big mess out of the narrative and unfortunately removes much emphasis from the good ideas that actually matter. ...more
Johnny
Nov 04, 2015 rated it really liked it
How can we keep documentation up-to-date, when writing it is one of the more boring tasks in software development? Cyrille Martraire offers an interesting approach called living documentation. Instead of creating text documents by hand, they are created automatically. If the code you write is enriched with additional information to generate the documentation out of it, then you don’t have to write it. And even better, you don’t need to update it manually. All you do is to start a build and as a ...more
Bart Schotten
Jun 19, 2016 rated it really liked it
Filled to the brim with interesting ideas. You can tell that Martraire is not a native English speaker, but all in all it's decently written. ...more
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