When I joined a marketing agency as senior developer, I began to take notes. From websites to servers to obscure buttons in Word, I gradually collected a mass of problems and solutions for quick reference later. Recalling “wait — how did we fix that last time?” was great. But as my notes grew, it wasn’t quick.
I managed to save myself from information overload using home-brew search, color-coded tags, and a dash of jQuery. Read the story at the agency blog.