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by Whil Hentzen
Length: @210 pages
Formats Available: Printed (incl. ebook) or Ebook only
Printed book format: 7"x9" paperback
Ebook format: PDF (8 MB)
Price ($US): 29.95 (printed+ebook) $24.95 (ebook only)
Weight: 1.0 lbs.
Press date: April, 2018
Printed book availability: April, 2018
Ebook availability: April, 2018
Source code: April, 2018
Software is not developed alone. At the very least, you've got users that you'll want to show the goods off to. And you may have testers, co-developers, sub-contractors, bosses, venture capitalists, and maybe a screenwriter or two in Hollywood that you'll want on board as well. OK, maybe not that last one.
And they're all likely not gathered in your office all day long. So how do you collaborate with all of these folks?
Enter the wiki.
A wiki is a program that resides on a Web site which allows visitors to edit the pages. Changes made to the pages are tracked through a version control system where users can see what older versions of the pages looked like and who made the changes. It's a wonderful tool for collaborating on the creation of documents as well as an excellent repository for knowledge acquired by a group of people.
And it's one of those tools that, once you include it in your software developer tooklkit, you'll wonder how you ever got along without it. I've searched long and hard for a wiki that
met my needs as an independent software developer, and DokuWiki is my choice.
This book shows you how to set up and use DokuWiki, with the express purpose of setting up an infrastructure that's well suited for developer documentation.