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How do the companies you work for store company secrets/documentation? Stuff like bitbucket, GitHub, Google docs?

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  • 3
    We write them down, then nobody can read it.
  • 1
    @Codex404 So what, all physical ? No shared doc for external API or visual representation of core systems ?
  • 2
    We don’t write one, that way nobody can leak it
  • 3
    Our passwords are stored in a keepass DB stored on a local GitHub repo. The password to it is passed around by word of mouth, and is frequently changed. It's also changed whenever someone leaves the team.
  • 1
    @Cybon you were talking about company secrets. For documentation we use nothing, our deadlines don't give us time to test, let alone keep documentation up to date.
  • 1
    Documentation? What's that?
  • 0
    Honestly that's what I thought before my boss asked us to make docs because pretty much all investors they talked to asked about it as a priority.
  • 0
    Writing things down?? Shit thats revolutionary, careful or someone might hear you speak such heresy

    After all they can't fire you if nobody knows anything but you 😏
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