“The three things I would tell people to learn are economics, writing and C programming,” said the Stack Overflow (SO) co-founder and globally-recognised expert on software development.
Today I read Writing a book: is it worth it? Short answer: probably. I’m in the process of writing a book about database design, and it has slowly dawned on me what a huge undertaking it is actually going to be.
p.s. I found the above article after having stumbled my way through here. There’s some interesting stuff there.
This via r/programming today: On Writing Documentation.
Some thoughts on writing software libraries: Library Writing Realizations.
Today I read Writing a book: is it worth it? which turned up on Hacker News. I’m thinking about writing a book so this was a good read.
Today I read How to Write Technical Posts (so people will read them). Good read!