The parson mug prize draw #6

Travelling is fun but can be exhausting. That‘s why the parson mug decided to spend a few days on the beach. more ...

A year in London. I am not just missing my sock

May I present Parsons Green in London? I think it's a perfect name for a London parson branch. That branch is not planned yet, but a bit of parson is actually in London at the moment. Me. more ...

Recommend+To? A Clear Recommendation

In technical documentation, we avoid recommendations. They rarely help the reader: The producer recommends ultra-light power cells. Why? What happens if I use others? more ...

iiRDS – How a Novice Sees the Information Delivery Standard

Lately, the newly developed tekom standard iiRDS has gained quite some attention. The next exciting step will be the release of version 1.0, which will be released soon. Requesting and delivering intelligent information as a standardized approach between individual enterprises is a pioneering step in the Internet of Things – but let’s rewind a little. more ...

Pets at the office. Part I: Molly

The atmosphere at our office is always good, but when Molly is there, it gets even better. Molly is good for us. more ...

Can Documentation be Agile?

Does agile documentation work in practice? How do technical writers cope with the frequent changes during product development?

How can they avoid rewriting text again and again? How can they ever create a final documentation if the team keeps on implementing features until the last day of the sprint? And what about translation?

The agile model as such does not answer all of our questions. But it allows for individual solutions - as long as the basic principles are not compromised. Read more in our knowledge article: "Can Documentation be Agile? A Field Report".

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