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How to Write Specification - Examples

Writing specification and documentation is one of the biggest issues for most developers. We are rather technical persons and writing twenty sentences to describe something that exist in our mind as a code is sometimes painful process. This is why I'm always looking for good examples and using them to learn.

Moment ago I found quite big "library" of such documents in place I would never expect it. Actually I was looking for some information about DLinq in Orcas Beta 1. They are professionally written, covers many different topics, from user experience specification to C# language features. There is something for everybody. So if you are hungry of good examples take a look to list of Orcas features. Happy reading.

HTH

J.

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Posted 06-14-2007 3:19 PM by Jimmy
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