By integrating the creation and updating of documentation into your development processes, you can eliminate friction points, focus on content and deliver up-to-date documentation at the same time as the code.

1 day (7 h) of training1950€ HT / Up to 6 persons

Why take this course?

The idea of this training course is to introduce you to a different point of view and a different method from the usual documentation processes.

By discovering the “Docs as code” approach through theoretical explanation, case studies and implementation, you’ll have the tools you need to improve your current processes and gain greater fluidity in an area that is usually the source of tension and budget drift.

Who should attend?

  • Developer
  • Technical project manager
  • Manager

Detailed content

  • Introduction to the “Docs as code” approach
  • Tools overview
    • Lightweight Markup Language (AsciiDoc, Markdown…)
    • Static website generator
    • Git
    • Task automation
  • Case studies
  • Implementation


What are the prerequisites for taking part in this training course?

Anyone in charge of writing documentation or implementing development processes.

Where does the training take place?

Training can be done virtualy or at your place with additional cost.

What equipment is required?

As Wovalab’s main activity is not training, we do not provide trainees with PCs. It is therefore necessary to bring a laptop to Wovalab on-site training sessions.

How can I convince my manager that this training is a good investment?

Excellent question, isn’t it?

The answer will certainly vary according to the context, but what is certain is that we apply the same philosophy to our training courses as we do to our developments: adding value to enable you to be more effective in your projects.

Our long experience of software development in the world of measurement enables us to guarantee that the knowledge we share with our customers is in line with the real world they encounter on a daily basis.

We strive to provide pragmatic answers to the questions raised during training sessions, to ensure that the knowledge acquired is put to use quickly and effectively.

In other words, in addition to theoretical knowledge, we give our trainees experience.