Gather your requirements

What are the requirements? Let’s say you have a project that requires (for whatever reason) a new network or a part of a network to be implemented. You know that what you currently have needs to be replaced or augmented, but you don’t know what it is you need to have or you have several options and what to know the best (from your point of view) way to get there. The most important part, triumphing both cost, time and … Read more…

Who really documents what?

I came across a really good post by David Hilcher on LinkedIn the other day that sort of got the wheels in my head whirling. Over the years I have done quite a few bit of documentations. One of the things I have picked up over the years is that good documentation is really hard to create, with just the right balance between content depth and length. A good documentation is a document that people actually use and not something that is … Read more…