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[Prompt engineering series] Using file diffs for better release notes in reference docs

by Tom Johnson on May 25, 2024
categories: ai

You can use AI prompts when creating biweekly release notes for APIs by leveraging file diffs from regenerated reference documentation. The file diffs from version control tools provide a reliable, precise information source about what's changed in the release. I also include a detailed prompt for using AI to analyze file diffs and streamline the release note creation process.

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