Agile documentation is part of agile development. Do you work in an agile way? Would you like to start? Then this webinar should interest you.
You develop a product, you test it, and you document it. This is not the order of doing things, but the range of things you do in each iteration. When working in an agile way (Scrum, Kanban, Scrumban, and so on), you create the product, verify its working and describe it for the users, and you do all three at the same time. While development and testing seem obvious, many organisations have struggled with adding documentation to the mix. “Should we wait until the end to write the online help?” they ask themselves, “Should we stay a sprint behind?”
For those of you struggling with the challenge, we joined forces with soap! technical communication to bring you this series of flash webinars.
Agile documentation examples – practical development
The content of these webinars is based on practice. It provides real-life examples of creating agile documentation, including the content of scrum meetings and scenarios that show people interacting.
Watch this four-part series below about agile documentation
You will learn:
- How to use JIRA to support technical writing
- What writers talk about at scrum meetings
- How to estimate an agile documentation project
- How you can run multiple documentation projects within one agile team
Each webinar is about 20 minutes, so you can catch it in your lunch break, or while waiting for your hair appointment. Treat yourself!
Have you faced these challenges? Are you running any agile projects that include documentation? Would our approach work in your environment? Let us know in the comments below.
Also, let us know if you would like to learn anything else. We love sharing our experience, so don’t hesitate to get in touch with us or the organizers of soap.