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".

Blog

tcworld 2018: What's New with iiRDS?

iiRDS was one of the central topics at the tcworld conference 2018: at the new iiRDS Café, in lectures, showcases, and tutorials. There was also a discussion on Twitter, among other things about the name, which is so difficult to pronounce. more ...

tcworld 2018 part 3: Creative online videos for technical documentation

Clear the stage! At the beginning of his workshop "Creating thrilling online videos", Stephan Schneider showed two pictures. more ...

tcworld 2018 part 2: Virtual and actual highlights

The sun is shining brightly as I arrive for my first tekom. Inside, the conference is already in full swing. Two days of presentations, workshops, fair impressions and conversations await. more ...

tcworld 2018 part 1: Legal Requirements vs Readability

At this year's tcworld conference, there were a lot of discussions about standards and regulations for technical documentation. Experts such as Jens-Uwe Heuer-James and Torsten Gruchmann came together for a panel discussion where the following was repeatedly said: "We need an IEC 82079-1!" more ...

Working in self-organizing teams. Or: how we get rid of management

Today's world is VUCA : volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous. Companies are facing complex challenges such as Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things. Those who do not respond fast, may be driven out of the market. more ...
  • linkedin
  • xing