Building Docs like Code: Continuous Integration for Documentation

  • Published on Apr 13, 2019
  • Mason Egger

    Project documentation is easy to neglect. Keep your docs inside your source repo & learn how to automatically build & publish beautiful docs on every commit. Viewers will leave with a new mindset on how to handle documentation, tooling for this process, & an easy-to-implement method to achieve this.


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    Sat Apr 13 14:05:00 2019 at Special Event Center

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