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How to spread and save the company’s technical knowledge

“Ask For Comments” type of documents (similar to RFC)

This article is about a method for teams to communicate and align with complex technical topics. It helps with collecting input, defining solutions, and setting expectations. The AFC (“Ask For Comments”) proved itself in times when we needed to work remotely, making it even more relevant in the years to come.

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Andreja Dulović

Andreja Dulović

I connect technology with business and help teams grow and change. https://www.andrejadulovic.com

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