Every company has it's own guru. You know, the developer that sits in a dark room
with a line of people outside the door answering questions all day?
We are all in need at one time or another. How do you reach out to the collective
knowledge of your development staff to find the answer to a problem?
When you find the answer, are you diligent to document the results?
Certainly, we all enjoy great online resources like stackoverflow.com - but you
must be careful not to post any confidential company knowledge directly to the web.
Also, the gurus at stackoverflow might not understand the constraints or specific
requirements of your project. Try out the wish list.
Managing snippet requests with the wish list
The wish list is a simple tool that allows any team member to request a code example
or general information from other members. This team "backlog" organizes what users
need to complete their projects, or just need to learn a new technology or platform.
Submitting a question or request takes only seconds - be as detailed as you like.