Mike’s Dump

February 8, 2006

Document-Driven Documentation

Filed under: Code,Links — mikesdump @ 12:35 pm

Documents are the only “real” deliverable when working on a software
project right? Documents like the CYAD (Cover Your Ass Document), HTCS
(Hose The Customer Specification) and last but not least the critical
IDMWIWBYROOMBID (It Doesn’t Matter What I Write Because You’ll Run Out
Of Money Before I Deliver) Document.

The people involved at Waterfall 2006 know what is important when it
comes to developing software projects. What got me excited (not
something most people should see) was when I read about wordUnit.
Writing documentation because the “Methodology” say so is
challenging but wordUnit offers to help make sure your “useful” documents are
accurate. I’m not sure how it will work but I can’t wait to start using
it!

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