By Eric Armstrong on Jan 15, 2009
In the world of development, the need to track bug
reports and enhancement requests are a given. But they're not generally
required for documentation, in the way they are for code Quite the
reverse. For documentation, bug reports and enhancement requests
provide little benefit, and generally impede progress. (Reports filed by users are an exception, but only if that is the only means they have to provide feedback.)
This post compares documentation and code, showing why bug reports and enhancement requests are so vital to the code base, and at the same time why those reasons simply do not apply to documentation.[Read More]
The 7th Harry Potter is just brilliant. What more can you say? J.K.
Rowling has done it again. In fact, she outdid even herself, surpassing
all expectations. I didn't expect to finish it over the weekend. But, also as usual, I hooked before I was halfway through, and couldn't put it down.