Some knowledge is worth sharing to accelerate the work of teams and to improve the quality of the result. Remote work only makes this concern more obvious. But the traditional techniques of documentation suffer from notorious flaws that make them unfit for modern, fast-paced delivery approaches.
It’s time to leave documentation, and to fully embrace a Living Documentation perspective instead, as a set of lightweight knowledge sharing practices that are effective in continuously changing environments.
Cyrille, the author of the book Living Documentation (Addison-Wesley Professionals) will be your guide, so that you’ll never see documentation the same way again!
Conference "The Legacy of Socrates" 7th edition, video also online: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=icGhEOWPqB4