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L'ABC du BDD (Behavior Driven Development)

Une introduction au Behavior Driven Development, avec plein d'idées pour tout de suite! et applicable à tout projet. Il sera question: * de passer de l'incom...
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The Iceberg of How — MethodKit Stories — Medium

The Iceberg of How - MethodKit Stories - Medium
A model to help reflect on projects & group work.
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Faire la conception en équipe sans architecte, non mais allô quoi ?

Talk présenté : - au BreizhCamp (http://lyjia.net/breizhcamp-slides-de-ma-presentation/) - Agile Tour Montpellier "Les équipes s’auto-organisent afin de faire émerger les meilleures architectures, spécifications et conceptions."...

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Seb Rose – Behavior Driven Development - BDD by Example - Agile on the Beach 2014

Seb Rose – Behavior Driven Development - BDD by Example A practical introduction to using examples to specify software. You will learn to break down complex ...
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People who doodled were able to remember 29% more information than nondoodlers, a study found

People who doodled were able to remember 29% more information than nondoodlers, a study found | Requirements, Specification, Collaborative & BDD | Scoop.it
Recent research in neuroscience, psychology and design shows that doodling can help people stay focused, grasp new concepts and retain information.

Via Jeffrey Jablonski, Ph.D.
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Ted Ning's curator insight, August 6, 2014 12:10 AM

I often doodle when I am on business calls. I always thought it was a weird habit. Looks like the inner artist in me has some extra perks!

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Visual thinking

Visual thinking | Requirements, Specification, Collaborative & BDD | Scoop.it
#sketchnotes #visualnotes #tips (#sketchnotes #visualnotes #tips http://t.co/gpSNbrFVNI)

Via Jose Luis Anzizar, Dave Wood, Jeffrey Jablonski, Ph.D., Corinne Chauffrut Werner
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Most important trait of a technical writer

Most important trait of a technical writer | Requirements, Specification, Collaborative & BDD | Scoop.it
There is only one trait that makes the difference between a bad technical writer and a great one. And it's not what you think.

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Danielle M. Villegas's curator insight, June 3, 2014 3:13 PM

I was rather relieved when I saw this article today from my friend, author Sharon Burton, who is a technical communicator extraordinaire herself.  Right now when I read several blogs from well-known commentators, it seems like a tug-of-war with what direction technical communication is going in.


"Focus on DITA and XML!"

 

"Single-sourcing is the name of the game!"


"Simplified English is needed!" 


"No, you're all wrong. You should be learning code and learning how to do API and developer documentation!"

 

My head is in a tailspin trying to figure out what I need to do to stay ahead of the game, if my contract should expire and I need to look for work again. What's a "young" (ahem) technical communicator to do?

 

Reading Sharon's words were a breath of fresh air in the congestion of all this "what-to-do" that's going on. This single trait that she speaks of is what has always driven me forward, and will continue to drive me forward.  I do worry, however, that in the realism of trying to find a position in the workforce, that for many employers, that's not enough.  I can usually learn a new piece of software within the first few weeks of using it, but no one is willing to take the time to teach me necessarily. I'm sure I'm not the only one who feels like this. And being a slightly older worker (in my forties now), I'm at a disadvantage because I fall between the cracks--I'm experienced, but not experienced enough for higher positions, yet not as digitally nimble as the millenials (although I'd like to think that I am). 

 

Here's hoping the trait that Sharon promotes is what gets me through to retirement! 

 

Read the article for yourself, and comment below on your perspective. 

Valary Oleinik's curator insight, June 4, 2014 8:16 AM

Curiosity may not be good for cats but it's great for humans!

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The Top 6 Questions to Ask When Creating Your Content Strategy

The Top 6 Questions to Ask When Creating Your Content Strategy | Requirements, Specification, Collaborative & BDD | Scoop.it
WOW! I will admit that there are a lot of content strategists who have been doing content strategy for a much longer time than I have.  Val is one of those people, and she's someone I consider to b...

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Justin Ekpa's curator insight, July 19, 2014 4:14 AM

Getting your Content Strategy right is very critical in repositioning your organization out there

JC CAILLIEZ, PhD's curator insight, July 23, 2014 2:28 AM

A découvrir sur :

http://www.contentrules.com/blog/top-6-questions-ask-creating-content-strategy/

 

Terri Rice's curator insight, August 26, 2014 11:44 AM

This article clearly expresses what you need to know if you are updating or creating informational material for a business. It is easy to follow and remember. Wonderful! I learned something new today. How about you? Read this to benefit your business strategies.

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Spring + Behavior Driven Development = Boon for Business

The agility of BDD and the modular design of Spring encourages collaboration among the project stakeholders and prompts development of applications that matter to your business. Webinar Contents:...
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Conversation Patterns in Lord of the Flies

William Golding uses some interesting structures when creating conversation patterns in Lord of the Flies. Watch on to see some analysis of the two potential...
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Savvy thinking v1 1

Et si l’intégration de plusieurs approches
valorisait le processus d’innovation?

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Agile testing - What is Exploratory testing ?

Agile testing - What is Exploratory testing ? | Requirements, Specification, Collaborative & BDD | Scoop.it
What is Exploratory Testing? How do you do it? Why is it important?
We Identify the functionality of application by exploring the application and learning the application. Testers design the test cases & simultaneously execute them as well.
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Apprenez le Gherkin pour écrire vos User Storie...

Apprenez le Gherkin pour écrire vos User Storie... | Requirements, Specification, Collaborative & BDD | Scoop.it
En tant que Product Owner, la bonne compréhension des User Stories par l'ensemble des parties prenantes constitue l'un de vos enjeux majeurs. Le BDD peut vous y aider. La User Story représente l'artefact phare du Product Owner.
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Les Business Analysts face à l’agilité

Les méthodes agiles apportent en amont du développement de nouvelles façons de penser et concevoir un projet dans lesquelles les business analysts endossent un rôle clé.

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Setting a Good Example - How to improve your SbE, BDD and ATDD artefacts - David Evans

This video was recorded at GOTO Aarhus 2014, http://gotocon.com/aarhus-2014/ If you want to see all the great GOTO Speakers check out our upcoming GOTO conferences around the world at ...
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5 things cucumber is bad at by Richard Lawrence

This talk will look at 5 things Cucumber’s bad at, why that’s a good thing, and what it tells us about Cucumber’s sweet spot in a team’s toolkit.

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Lean startup en entreprise - meetup ekito

Lean Startup en entreprise

Via Edouard Siekierski, Corinne Chauffrut Werner
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Best of : Le pouvoir du Candide ! | MyMeetings : des réunions ...

Best of : Le pouvoir du Candide ! | MyMeetings : des réunions ... | Requirements, Specification, Collaborative & BDD | Scoop.it
C'est le sens du concept C2B : une révolution à la fois individuelle et collective, en un mot, collaborative. » Design Thinking et Lean : « Nos clients, nos grands enfants… Le client a ainsi pris de plus en plus de place dans la ...
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Les tests compagnons, une nouvelle définition - decision sante

Les tests compagnons, une nouvelle définition
decision sante
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10 years of Doing Behaviour-Driven Development All Wrong (part 1) by Liz Keogh

10 years ago, Dan North first came up with the idea of BDD: using examples in conversation to explore the behaviour of systems, then carrying those examples ...
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Tweet from @lisacrispin

.@hotgazpacho will you be at #Agile2014, I'll bring ya one. And you can pre-order the new _More Agile Testing_! http://www.amazon.com/More-Agile-Testing-Addison-Wesley-Signature/dp/0321967054/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1404303315&sr=1-2&keywords=more+agile+testing … \o/
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La MacroEvolution peut elle bouleverser la théorie Darwinienne ? - Gizmodo

La MacroEvolution peut elle bouleverser la théorie Darwinienne ?
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Dealing with The unknown? You can "Spike" your Backlog

Dealing with The unknown? You can "Spike" your Backlog | Requirements, Specification, Collaborative & BDD | Scoop.it
Spikes are a really good way for teams to figure out stuff that they don't know and need to know in order to understand the complexity so that it can be properly estimated, or quoted on or simply to find out if something is technically possible or not. [agilebuddy]. The work is not focused on the finished product. It may even be designed to be thrown away at the end. When do you need a spike? When no shippable product is the goal, What god comes out of it after all?
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Dialogue Mapping - Another Fine Collaborative Tool

Dialogue Mapping - Another Fine Collaborative Tool | Requirements, Specification, Collaborative & BDD | Scoop.it
“Dialogue Mapping is a radically inclusive facilitation process that creates a diagram or ‘maps' that during the discussion in a meeting, captures participants' comments as a meeting conversation unfolds. Dialogue Mapping creates forward progress in situations that have been stuck; it clears the way for robust decisions that last. It is effective because it works with the non-linear way humans really think, communicate, and make decisions…”
In this Roojoom will cover the technique a long with some examples and real “how-to’s”.
Enjoy :)
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