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Recording of 'Move fast and ... document things,' by Ruthie Bendor at Write the Docs

by Tom Johnson on May 22, 2016 •
categories: technical-writing

We recently hosted a Write the Docs meetup in Redwood City with a couple of excellent presenters. A recording of Ruthie Bendor's presentation is below.

At the meetup, Ruthie Bendor, a web engineer, gave a presentation titled “Move Fast And … Document Things? Lessons learned in building documentation culture at a startup”:

(The title is a play on Facebook’s old slogan, “Move fast and break things.”)

Here’s the audio:

You can view the other WTD recording of Neal Kaplan here: Recording of ‘Two great teams that work great together: Bridging the gap between documentation and support’.

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