Many teams and organizations are talking about "being more agile" but it's hard to know what that actually means. With the many agile framework options available, and the agile manifesto itself saying that agile doesn't value "lengthy documentation", it's hard to understand where documentation fits. This talk explores how agile teams can rapidly develop and deliver documentation alongside their product.
You'll learn how your team can create and deliver documentation throughout the Requirements, Development, Testing, Delivery, and Feedback stages of an agile process.
Attendees are encouraged to have a general knowledge of the agile process. We will not focus on a specific agile framework, rather, the higher lever phases included in each.
Throughout his time on multiple product teams, Matt has contributed as a scrum master, technical writer, marketer, UX writer, and speaker. Matt was a K15t app user and now he advocates for users within the teams that make K15t apps. Matt believes good information, tools, and collaboration matters.