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"The thing that I'd like to take through the whole thread of this presentation is that even with extremely complicated software, with literally hundreds of thousands of APIs, you can still follow good docs-as-code practices and build a system that delivers the outcome you're looking for, no matter how complex your software is." (Riley Siebel)
"I think part of the keys to our success that I hope people will take away is that you don't let the complexity of your own system scare you away from trying to deliver a better developer experience and implement something that will make everyone's life better, like a good DocOps process with docs-as-code. And just the importance of good teamwork." (Mark Winberry)
C3.ai built their own unified type-system that allows interaction with multitudes of systems and types of users through one platform. They needed a developer portal to host documentation that was sourced from a very complex documentation set:
Customizations for C3.ai
Docs as Code Exporter/Importer
What worked well: Keys to Success