This presentation was developed for the Lavacon Dublin 2016 conference.
Markdown has become the de facto standard for developers when they need to write documentation. So, where does it fit within your content strategy? Should developers be left to create their own silos of content? Should it be integrated into your overall content strategy? Should developers be encouraged to stop using it, and use something else instead? Should you adopt Markdown for other documents?
In this presentation, you will learn:
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