Painless IT Documentation Webinar
1-Hour CareerTrack Webinar
For programmers, a neglected part of the process
is often the documentation needed to pass along your code in the future. Not
only will others benefit but you may need the documentation in order to remember
what goes where in a given program. No matter how well coded a program is,
without the correct notations, it is easy to forget and miscode in the future.
Becoming a good programmer means developing your skills as a good writer,
too. The main benefit of documenting your work is to be able to understand the
coding as it was originally intended. From there, you can use a well-documented
piece of coding time and time again as a trusted and accurate resource.
In just one hour, you'll learn:
- Methods to quickly and easily take a blank
document and fill it with well-written code
- How to efficiently write while you are coding
- Why your writing and coding is as important as
the technical writers'
This webinar will teach you many valuable
aspects of programming documentation, including what sort of documentation you
SHOULD be producing:
- Project documents
- Functional requirements
- Implementation document
- Support documentation
- In-line comments that are consistent and helpful
- Materials to support your needs and your client needs
Who will benefit?
IT programmers, code specialists, administrators, developers and any
professional whose job duties involve coding and/or programming shouldn't miss
this information-packed webinar.
By learning the proper way to document your
programming and code, you will make everybody's life easier, including your own!
Don't skip out on a vital step of programming. Register today and learn how to
document your code properly and easily!
WEBINAR Start Time: 1-Hour CareerTrack Webinar
2 pm Eastern
1 pm Central
12 pm Mountain
11 am Pacific
10 am Alaskan
9 am Hawaiian
and CD - US $248
- US $199
Only - US $199
Immediately following the Webinar, the phone line
will be opened up to conference participants who wish to submit questions to our
speaker, time permitting.