Junilu Lacar wrote: Creating documents is largely just output, not outcome.
Tim Holloway wrote:You don't need an extensive library of different kinds of documents for this - and in fact it would be counter-productive, since then no one would know where to look. But you should write down something. And, of course, keep it up to date. Outdated documentation is dangerous.
Tim Holloway wrote:Actually, I'd argue that a detailed design specification is the antithesis of Agile.
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