Re: Interview Techniques

Subject: Re: Interview Techniques
From: Anne Chenette <achenette -at- eintelligence-inc -dot- com>
To: TECHWR-L <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 30 Jun 2000 18:10:19 -0500

I really like the idea of using Lotus Screen Cam to capture an SME's
explanations, both on-screen and spoken.

However, many of my developers use UNIX (Solaris), not Windows. Any
ideas for how to capture their demos? I've used script(1) in the past,
but it does a really bad job on anything but typed commands.
(Interpreting a vi session is lots 'o fun.)

Does anyone know of a tool that could capture window-based activity on a
UNIX system?

Thanks,
Anne
--
Anne Chenette
Senior Technical Writer
achenette -at- eintelligence-inc -dot- com


> From: salatas <salatas -at- micron -dot- com>
>
> I make sure that the SME demonstrates the application at my workstation. We
> can't talk about how something works in a meeting room without a computer,
> and I know the application will work at the SME's computer.
>
> To better control the human factors, I also use Lotus ScreenCam to record
> every word the SME says and every movement on the monitor. That way I have a
> record of everything the SME does to complete a procedure, and I am watching
> and listening instead of frantically drawing pictures and taking notes. With
> the application in front of us, the SME can't skip steps.
>




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