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Not sure how current the content is in terms of 'best practice.' It looks a
Are you writing functional specs., as in, "the system will do this, that, or
the other thing...."?
It doesn't sound like you are writing detailed (code level) designs.
> I have been given the task of writing a high-level System Spec for our
> company. This will be a new journey for me, as I've never written a spec
> before, but I'm actually looking forward to the experience (sort of).
> I have many questions, and would appreciate any help or suggestions.
> What kind of information goes into a "high-level" spec?
> Can anyone recommend a good template or resources on writing a system
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