by Bob Reselman
Humans in the DevOps World
Using modern interactive document techniques to protect your DevOps assets
- If your company depends on software engineers, everything from programmer to site reliably engineers, when your primary assets log off at the end of the day, there's no guarantee that they will log in tomorrow. If they don't come back what will you do? - Losing a mission-critical engineer can be a catastrophic event, particularly for companies in which essential information is tribal knowledge. The way to address this risk is by ensuring that your company's documentation is always current and accurate. Sadly, this is a chore. Few engineers have the time to write the comprehensive documentation that ensures that their work lives on long after they're gone. Fortunately there is a way to make accurate, engaging, interactive documentation that works. In this talk technical writer, journalist and developer Bob Reselman will show you how.