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Jan. 9, 2022, 1:03 p.m. | /u/jumperabg

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Soon I will be starting to write a lot of documentation and procedures in order to improve basic on-boarding and fill up gaps of undocumented decisions or anything that is missing from a project that I work on with a lot of people at work.

At the moment I am checking the GitLab, CloudFlare and Google, Microsoft and IBM documentation procedures and docs in order to get the best one for me but I think and feel that I am missing something.

Do you use any specific documentation procedures, guides …

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