Can Developers and Engineers Write Their Own Documentation?

I am working with my company engineering team to create their own internal documentation. We are building a contribution system on a stack of developer tools such as GitHub, Continuous Integration and Deployment.

Developers can write documentation in the own environment using Markdown (and even a little bit of mdita).

This content is then aggregated by a map which lets us inject metadata before republishing everything both in Markdown so our geekiest engineers can read docs directly on github and on an external publishing platform.

Meet the Presenter

Technical writer and Information architect, I strive to automate all that can be automated and use the full power of my tools to concentrate on what matters.

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