- Jul 25 2016
Sphinx is a super powerful tool. This has its upsides and downsides. One of the major downsides is that historically it has been built as a framework that allows users to do just about anything. This is great, except it also means that a lot of the specific value out of the modular design hasn’t been documented or made explicit to users. I’m hoping to address some of this power in a set of blog posts.
- Jul 01 2016
Treating documentation as code is becoming a major theme in the software industry. This is coming from both sides, with developers starting to treat documentation as a priority alongside tests and code, and writers seeing a lot of value in integrating more into the development process. This marrying of cultures isn’t simple, but having the proper tools for the job makes both sides happy with the process and the results that get produced.