In this post, I'll share five techniques our teams here at K15t have adopted to align the efforts of tech writers and marketers in support of one another. Together they constitute a light and fast approach to making changes that aren't big, difficult, or complicated. They're about teaching your old docs new tricks.
A few photos and thoughts from a packed marathon week at the first-ever Atlassian Summit Europe – see what stood out for us in Barcelona.
Between the massive Summit conference, and the AtlasCamp developer event that directly follows, nearly 20 of us will make the journey from Germany with big product release news and even some secret 'skunkworks' products to demo on May 2nd–5th.
The gap between technical communicators and content marketers can be a daunting one, but the benefits realized by building the bridge makes it well worth the effort.
The latest K15t hackathon just wrapped, boasting 22 participants and ten projects. With a time constraint of 24 hours, every team worked hard to get their great ideas shipped out the door. Here's a look at the three highest voted projects.
Techcomm and content teams often have a dysfunctional relationship even though they have the potential to be more effective at achieving their goals by understanding and working together. In the first part of this four-part blog series I will explore the reasons for the gap between techcomm and content marketing teams.
K15t Software will have a big presence at tekom/tcworld once again – and this time we're announcing a groundbreaking new solution that lets teams doc better together. We'd love to meet you at our booth if you're headed to the show.
For many companies – including Nintendo, BMW, Moody's, Lufthansa, and Red Bull just to name a few – Atlassian Confluence is the platform of choice for documentation. Yet while this wiki-based approach to technical content is gaining popularity by leaps and bounds, there are still plenty of misconceptions floating around on the web about tech doc wikis.
Are you Backbone-curious? Missed out on previous webinars perhaps? Let's shed some light: get an up-close-and-personal look at Backbone Issue Sync direct from the lead developers on the project on June 15th.
Backbone Issue Sync 2.1 is live, making server-to-cloud JIRA issue synchronization possible for the first time.
Bridge the information gap and collaborate on projects across departmental and B2B borders – Backbone Issue Sync for JIRA is available now in the Atlassian Marketplace.
A big thank-you goes out to all who joined us for the Scroll Versions 3.0 webinar. A complete video and all of the submitted questions and a...
Great to See You Once Again in Stuttgart We may be just a bit biased, but we think Stuttgart is the perfect location for the annual tekom/tc...
We're just a few weeks away from Atlassian Summit 2015 http://summit.atlassian.com/, and this year K15t Software is bringing new product news, demos, and lots of friendly faces with us from Stuttgart to the Big Powwow by the Bay.