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Dozuki Brings Technical Manuals into the 21st Century: A Breakthrough in the World of Documentation

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Kyle Wiens ; CEO of iFixit, a collaborative repair community and Apple parts retailer. In 2011, he started Dozuki, an online technical documentation platform. He coauthored the first free repair manuals for Apple hardware while studying computer science at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo.

iFixit is at the forefront of the electronics industry. The company works with service manuals from every major consumer electronics company. Poor source documentation has been a constant impediment to make electronics repair accessible to non-engineers. For years, the company wondered why technical documentation hasn't improved at the pace of the rest of the industry. The software company, Dozuki, makes it easv to create technical documentation that users love. Dozuki is a platform for living, breathing technical documentation. Technical documentation should be both easv to use and simple to keep up to date.

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IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine  (Volume:1 ,  Issue: 1 )