Google's Best Practices: Using a Design Doc by@techlead

Google's Best Practices: Using a Design Doc

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Ex-Google Tech Lead talks you through the #1 engineering practice: Design Docs.

The "Design Doc" is a highly regarded and nearly cultural requirement for engineers at Google -- and for good reason. It helps organize ideas, build consensus, document code, save time, launch projects, and summarize the depth & breadth of a project & its accomplishments. In this exciting video, The Tech Lead breaks down the structure & usage scenarios of a design document for software engineers, developers, programmers, and coders alike.

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