Documenting is a way of keeping a record for not only for our own benefit but for those also affected by what we do. It is how we make sure that others aren’t incapacitated in our absence. And, in some ways also helpful in training others. We’ve explored these and other reasons in earlier posts. And, in a post preceding (Best Documenting Practices) this one in the Document It series, we explored some best practices. This series would be incomplete without looking at how to document.
Around September every year, I look forward to an “Apple Special Event“. At this event, we witness some of the best product unveiling theatrics anywhere. Adjectives like awesome, unmatched, best, most advanced etc. pepper presenters’ speeches. I watch the event because I love Apple products and what to see what they’ve done. And, yes, see what I could look forward to using, next. I’ve used and prefer Apple devices to most. I’ve done this meager review of the TouchBar and this one on the iPhone SE. I haven’t written anything about products at launch as some do. Only what I’ve used / use. This year, besides devices, there were two things from Apple’s event that struck me.