Developers who love to write documentation are pretty rare. But, documentation is a critically necessary evil throughout a website’s life – from initial development through to ongoing support and enhancements. How much documentation is too much? Not enough? As developers, how can we produce meaningful documentation that supports our code and sets it up for…
Contributor: Katherine White
I'm a full-stack WordPress developer and a solutions architect. I've enjoyed providing technology project leadership for clients across the spectrum for about 19 years now, including higher education institutions like the University of California at San Francisco, the University of California at Berkeley, Yale, and Columbia. Outside of higher ed, I've worked with clients ranging from small businesses and high-growth startups to Fortune 500 enterprises to non-profit organizations. I'm a passionate advocate for a universal and open web, accessibility for all, rewarding and delightful user experiences, and future-proof development methodologies.
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