Specialists in mobile testing, desktop testing and web site testing notice that developers often negligently write project documents. (by QATestLab)
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Specialists in mobile testing, desktop testing and web site testing notice that developers often negligently write project documents. Writing and maintain project documentation is often regarded as annoying, useless formality.
This misleading tendency is reflected in the number and popularity of articles and blogs on software development. One can find lots of information on how to create software and perform functional testing, and so on. But there are a few articles on how to write project documents.
Experience has proven that such approach to software documentation is entirely wrong. Carefully written documents save much time and efforts of the software producers.