Taylor Barnett, a Community Engineer at Keen IO, says practice and constant iteration are key to writing good documentation. At the upcoming API Strategy & Practice Conference 2017, Oct. 31 -Nov. 2 in Portland, OR, Barnett will explain the different types of docs and describe some best practices.
In her talk — Things I Wish People Told Me About Writing Docs — Barnett will look at how people consume documentation and discuss tools and tactics to enable other team members to write documentation. Barnett explains more in this edited interview.
The Linux Foundation: What led you to this talk? Have you encountered projects with bad documentation?
Taylor Barnett: For the last year, my teammate, Maggie Jan, and I have been leading work to improve the developer content and documentation experience at Keen IO. It’s no secret that developers love excellent documentation, but many API companies aren’t always equipped with the resources to make that happen.
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