Documenting Your Product – Part 5 – Sharing and collaboration

This is the fifth in a series of posts about documenting technology product builds. If you missed the intro, Part 1 – Use Cases, Part 2 – Requirements, Part 3 – Sequence Diagrams or Part 4 – Data Models go check them out. At the end of this series, I’ll be providing a bunch of templates and resources to make this […]

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Documenting Your Product – Part 4 – Data Models

This is the third in a series of posts about documenting technology product builds. If you missed the intro, Part 1 – Use Cases, Part 2 – Requirements or Part 3 – Sequence Diagrams go check them out. At the end of this series, I’ll be providing a bunch of templates and resources to make this process more manageable. […]

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September 2017 Must-Haves

Every month, on or near the 15th, I publish a list of blogs, podcasts, books, products or anything else I consider to be a must-have or must-do. This month’s list is one that I really love. I hope you will as well. Enjoy and let me know what rings true for you from all of […]

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Documenting Your Product – Why?

In our last post in this series on Documenting Your Product, we talked about Use Cases. At the end of the last post, I said we’d talk about writing technical requirements in the next post in the series. However, I got a really great response from Christopher McGuire at iScribes to the last article about […]

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Documenting Your Product – Part 1 – Use Cases

This is the first in a series of posts about documenting technology product builds. If you missed the intro to the series, read it now. At the end of this series, I’ll be providing a bunch of templates and resources to make this process more manageable. When most people think about writing documentation, it usually […]

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How Much Documentation Do You Need?

When you start building your product, there are any number of paths you can take. If you’re a developer or have a technologist on the founding team, you can just start writing code and slapping things together. If you’re following the lean startup method, or the business model canvas, maybe you do a bit of […]

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