STC Atlanta: Content Development in an Agile Environment

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The Agile Methodology was designed specifically for software development. It provides for development and testing, but doesn’t take documentation into account. So where do we fit in?

Join STC Atlanta on September 26 as we discuss different solutions to this question and look at best practices, suggested ways of working, and some traps to look out for.

This will be a panel discussion featuring several experienced scrum masters, writers, and developers.

Whether you are in an agile environment, will be in one soon, or just want to be prepared in case that next job requires agile knowledge, you don’t want to miss this conversation.

Featured panelists
Tammy Schubert
has over 10 years experience as a technical writer. In addition to documenting software, she has been heavily involved in document and process management. Her employment history spans across several industries including the transportation, legal, IT, and military services. Her experience has contributed to many successful product launches and the creation of strong support teams. Tammy was promoted to Scrum Master about a year and a half ago and is a strong advocate for Agile. She is also an entrepreneur who provides coaching services to individuals interested in enhancing their leadership skills, navigating difficult challenges, and taking their lives to the next level.

Bob Moon is currently the Manager of Information Development at Fiserv, where he leads a global team of technical authors who create and maintain documentation for a wide variety of financial services software applications, including financial accounting, risk management, anti-money laundering and fraud, and more. Bob has over 20 years experience in tech comm and is passionate about delivering top-quality content and championing the role of information development/technical communications.

Kenn Brodhagenhas over 15 years of experience building software and leading teams. He is currently at Amplify working to transform education through technology. He has led teams out of waterfall and into agile and is recognized by his peers as a highly skilled agile practitioner.

September 26, 2017
Networking at 6:30 pm
Discussion starts at 7:00 pm

Members: Free
Non-members: $5.00
Students: $1.00

East Cobb Government Services Center
1st Floor Conference Room
4400 Lower Roswell Rd
Marietta, GA 30068

RSVP via Meetup

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