Here’s #11 in the new series on LLM-assisted coding over at The New Stack:
How to Use LLMs for Dynamic Documentation
My hunch is that we’re about to see a fascinating new twist on the old idea of literate programming. Some explanations can, will, and should be written by code authors alone, or by those authors in partnership with LLMs. Others can, will, and should be conjured dynamically by code readers who ask LLMs for explanations on the fly.
The rest of the series: