The documentation process is often a pain.
You and your manager know that having valuable and up-to-date documentation is essential. Still, you also know that you don't like using MS Word, and your manager considers it a low-priority task.
Using a real project example, we will see a way to make the documentation process a part of your development workflow and how we can mix automated and manual content creation to obtain better documents.
Olivier is the founder and owner of Wovalab, a company that helps people getting the most from LabVIEW. He also is a member of the DQMH® Consortium board that ensures that the DQMH® framework is maintained and continues to evolve.
He started working with LabVIEW™ in the late ’90s. He loves helping teams to design and produce well-architectured LabVIEW™ applications using the best development practices.
He's developed Antidoc, an open-source project, that provides an automated code documentation generator for your LabVIEW projects.