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On Wednesday 21 June 2006 19:21, Kimberly McClintock wrote:
> Anyone out there working as a writer in a shop using any of the XP
> methodologies? I'm tasked with integrating tech writing into an AGILE
> development team - using SCRUM specifically. Not finding a lot of info.
> Wondering if anyone has the experience.
We use SCRUM, and have been for the last year and a half. Contact me
off-list if you want to talk about it. I have some slides from my Agile
presentation at the STC conference and have just created an Agile discussion
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