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Living Diagrams with Java Annotations and PlantUML


Documentation is hard — every programmer knows this to be a fact. It’s also boring and repetitive, and the result often looks ugly and is hard to read (because not all programmers are poets). The fact that any written documentation is usually outdated before it has been finished doesn’t make it any better.




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