Nate McKie, Chief Technology Officer at Asynchrony, examines this issue in this article for Scrum Expert:
One of the major selling points of Scrum to developers is how much less documentation is involved. Developers worked hard to get where they are: a college degree, nights and weekends at home working through books and exercises trying to learn the latest language, and struggling through their first few projects to get something that works into production. They don’t want to come all that way just to spend most of their day in the word processor. They want to code.
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