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Test documents 5 Ways to Overcome Your Hatred of Test Documentation

Writing test documents is a good practice to have: It enforces an orderly thought process, explains what you’re planning, and improves the test strategy. But knowing it's useful doesn't make it any more fun. Michael Stahl knows this, so he has five tips to help make the idea of test documentation a little easier—or at least a little more difficult to hate.

Michael Stahl's picture Michael Stahl
Matt Heusser Passing the Torch at StickyMinds

The StickyMinds technical editor for the last four years, Matt Heusser, is moving on from his post. Here, he reflects on what he learned working for StickyMinds and the experiences he had, and he introduces you to the new person who will take over for the site.

Matthew Heusser's picture Matthew Heusser
Agile World Typewriter Writing in an Agile World

Sarah Johnson explains the role of writing in an agile world and how to educate your team members. Remember, agile takes into account that each situation is unique, and you need to determine what makes the most sense for your particular Scrum team.

Sarah Johnson's picture Sarah Johnson

Better Software Magazine Articles

A Fond Farewell

Get our technical editors’ take on everything that relates to the industry, technically speaking. In this issue, Esther Derby says farewell, but as she goes, she leaves some parting tips on writing.

Esther Derby's picture Esther Derby

Conference Presentations

From Practitioner to Published Author: A Workshop about Writing about Software
Slideshow

Beth Romanik and Jonathan Vanian, who write and edit stories for Software Quality Engineering's websites and publications, present a bonus session for Better Software Conference East 2013 about writing about software. They describe how to contact a publisher, how to write better, how to edit better, some tips on crafting an engaging headline, and advice for getting people interested in your work.

Beth Romanik and Jonathan Vanian, Software Quality Engineering

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