JSFoo 2019

Annual conference of 800+ front-end, backend and fullstack engineers

Participate

Lessons learnt in Document Driven Development

Submitted by Ananya Neogi (@ananyaneogi) on Friday, 7 June 2019

Section: Crisp talk (20 mins) Technical level: Intermediate

Abstract

The concept of document driven development is not a new concept but has been around for many years now. Our team decided to apply this approach to our product development process. That decision took us on a journey of navigating unfamiliar territory with lots of learnings. The end result was real rewards in increased efficiency and productivity and most importantly improved developer experience.
This talk is about sharing those learnings and to give you actionable points which you can apply to improve the developer experience at your company.

Outline

This talk aims to provide insights into how we improved our developer experience which in turn resulted in increased efficiency and productivity.

Major points this talk will cover -
- What is document driven development as a concept
- How document driven development improves the developer experience
- Lessons learnt in implementing this process at scale
- Tips on writing good and maintainable documentation

Speaker bio

Ananya is a frontend developer working at Box8, as a part of the web and product team. She is passionate about all things frontend dev, advocates accessibility on the web and gets way too excited over writing good documentation. She’s also a top writer on dev.to

Links

Slides

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/15oCb0lRDVNo-VUt-7DusUidyHZp5ekgGEJpp9v78t_k/edit?usp=sharing

Comments

Login with Twitter or Google to leave a comment