Bsyhm7nqslqozuravoog
SkillsCast

Automating documentation on JavaScript projects

13th July 2016 in London at CodeNode

There are 85 other SkillsCasts available from FullStack 2016 - the conference on JavaScript, Node & Internet of Things

Please log in to watch this conference skillscast.

583490601 640

Documenting code is an important task that few teams get right. Docs get easily outdated, everybody hates writing them and sometimes developers don’t even use them at all.

In this talk, you will learn about an approach to documentation writing based on adding comments directly to the source code. Marcos will show you its benefits applied to three different types of codebases.

You will also learn how to generate documentation from those same comments in two different flavors as well as when each of them work best.

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE:

Automating documentation on JavaScript projects

Marcos Iglesias Valle

Marcos Iglesias is a Senior Software Engineer who builds compelling user interfaces at Eventbrite. Marcos is passionate about improving developer efficiency, building tools and setting up processes to save his peers both time and effort. On top of all that, he enjoys contributing to Eventbrite's Engineering blog.

SkillsCast

Please log in to watch this conference skillscast.

583490601 640

Documenting code is an important task that few teams get right. Docs get easily outdated, everybody hates writing them and sometimes developers don’t even use them at all.

In this talk, you will learn about an approach to documentation writing based on adding comments directly to the source code. Marcos will show you its benefits applied to three different types of codebases.

You will also learn how to generate documentation from those same comments in two different flavors as well as when each of them work best.

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE:

About the Speaker

Automating documentation on JavaScript projects

Marcos Iglesias Valle

Marcos Iglesias is a Senior Software Engineer who builds compelling user interfaces at Eventbrite. Marcos is passionate about improving developer efficiency, building tools and setting up processes to save his peers both time and effort. On top of all that, he enjoys contributing to Eventbrite's Engineering blog.

Photos