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New article in API course: Processes for reviewing documentation

by Tom Johnson on Sep 23, 2020 •
categories: writing

Conducting a successful documentation review is challenging, especially with developer docs because the content is often highly technical and requires a lot of engineering input and review. At the same time, getting this engineering input and review doesn't come easy. In this new topic in my API course, I outline a tactical approach to conducting doc reviews for large projects.

You can read the article here: Processes for reviewing documentation.

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