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Documenting a software development

Ivan Harris
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Joined: Jan 23, 2008
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I've been developing but never I made documentation on it, or follow a development process.
Could you recomend me any tutorial or online manual about Software Engineering in which I can learn the whole process of doing software since analisys and how to document, diagrams. Or a good book I have to read. Thanks
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Ilja Preuss
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If I understand you correctly, your question is more about technical documentation than user documentation? In that case, take a look at http://www.agilemodeling.com/


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Gabriel Claramunt
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If you're interested in software engineering, this could be a good place to start: Software Engineering Body of Knowledge.


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Ivan Harris
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Joined: Jan 23, 2008
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Thank you very much for your answers and yes it is about technical documentation. I'll take a look and I'll start to study. Bye
Ilja Preuss
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A good book on documenting the design aspects of a Java system is "UML for Java Programmers" by Robert C. Martin.
 
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