How Cloud Computing is Changing The Way We Design

David Dick, originally presented 27 December 2012

One of the toughest jobs for people today is keeping up with the rapid changes in technology. As more and more services are available on the Internet, we need to create connections to them. The intent of this webinar is to give you an opportunity to consider some ideas and advice that just might make it easier for organizations to realize the potential benefits of Web services and cloud computing. This webinar will cover an introduction to Web services and cloud computing, and how they are impacting the way we design systems and services. This webinar will not teach you how to design Web applications, mobile applications, or XML vocabularies.

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How Writers Can Thrive in Agile Software Development

Gavin Austin, originally presented 12 December 2012

Many writers are trying to figure out how to meet deadlines, write quality documentation, and stay sane as their software companies switch from the traditional “waterfall” method of development to the popular Agile methodology. Learn strategies and best practices to help you thrive as a writer in an Agile environment.

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How to Encourage Good SharePoint Use

David Dick, originally presented 16 October 2012

Does your organization use SharePoint as a content management system? Do people work in silos with little collaboration happening? Would you like to drive user acceptance for using SharePoint, but don’t know where to start? This webinar will give you suggestions on how to win user acceptance, how to transition users from maintaining documents on desktops and share drives to SharePoint, and introduce you to some of SharePoint’s important functions and features.

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Heuristic Evaluation: How to Report Results

Carol Barnum, originally presented 19 September 2012

Do you conduct heuristic evaluations or expert reviews? If so, what's your method? And how do you report results? If you write a report of some sort, are you satisfied with the results of your efforts? In other words, does the product get changed in the ways you recommend? If not, have you wondered (a) why you are doing heuristic evaluations and (b) whether your reports are the most effective way to get results?

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How Writers Can Thrive in Agile Software Development

Gavin Austin, originally presented 26 July 2012

Many writers are trying to figure out how to meet deadlines, write quality documentation, and stay sane as their software companies switch from the traditional “waterfall” method of development to the popular Agile methodology. Learn strategies and best practices to help you thrive as a writer in an Agile environment.

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