Due to a past post where several users recommended books about programming or more general bibliography (this is the post: https://dev.to/lightalloy/learning-to-love-software-development-books-5e4) I've read past week the book The Pragmatic Programmer.
I have to say, the book is plenty of interesting stuff and thing I will try to implement during this year. The most inmediate and time-gaining measure, I think, is when the book suggests to automate project documentation.
- Use a markup language for the documentation
- Put it on version control software
- Based on the markup language, generate scripts to the required outputs: HTML, PDF, EPUB or whatever you need
I think this is a great concept, and I will work on this in my organization for the next months. And I would like to read from you if you had any experiences with this and recommend tools, etc.