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Thread: Positive experiences with software development
face picon face BY : Alan B. Pearce email (remove spam text)

>OK, as long as the assumption is not that someone totally
>unfamiliar with the project would be able to use the
>documentation to learn everything they need to know about
>the system.

I guess the thing here is to limit the capabilities of the person who is
unfamiliar with the project - to someone who would have the necessary
knowledge and experience to have been involved in the project previously.
I.e. you are not documenting the project so that a fresh apprentice can
understand it - which is what it sounds like was happening on the one where
you got overwhelmed by paper.

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