This is a real-life write-up about “How to run an open source doc sprint” by Sarah Maddox. Kudus!
13/11/2018 Today, I was honored to be part of an exceptional Convention, the HLS & Cyber 2018 convention, organized by the Israel Export Institute. There is so much to say about what they are doing, alone, however, I must give a good word firstly to the coffee. A little bird told me that the bestContinue reading “HLS & Cyber 2018 – Day 1”
China is streets ahead when it comes to digital payments. The latest leap is facial recognition technology that allows a customer to pay by literally flashing a smile. Alibaba’s Ant Financial affiliate launched the ‘smile to pay’ service in Huangzhou, the location of the company’s global HQ, where it is being trialled with KFC. As… viaContinue reading “Alibaba debuts ‘smile to pay’ facial recognition payments at KFC in China — TechCrunch”
I started out my 3 day expedition after numerous cancellations on my part to see additional working spaces. I had a clear schedule but it quickly filled up and I had to reorganize. In so doing, I realized I need a space close to home, in walking distance from my house. I’m familiar with RegusContinue reading “3 Co-Working Spaces in 3 Days (Israel) – AYEKA, WeWork, Regus Atrium”
Let the feeling sink in. Your boss has just stopped you in the corridor and told you “I want you to follow-through on all documentation processes in the company”. Your heart sinks. It’s been a number of hours since this incident and you are still trying to figure out how to fill in the documentationContinue reading “5 W’s versus Documentation ‘go-to’ person”
Intel, the world’s largest producer of computer chips, has agreed to purchase Israeli company Mobileye for a reported $15 billion USD. If finalized, the deal would become the largest tech deal in the history of Israel. Mobileye specializes in self-driving car technologies, and recently made news for a deal with BMW to use its technology. […]Continue reading “Mobileye baught by Intel”
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Your manual will be perky if you can answer YES to the following: Does the manual describe the procedures after the version update? Do the procedures work? Have the screen-captures been updated to show the current running version? Have the screen-captures been updated to show available new options, pop-ups and floating windows? In cases where windows canContinue reading “Technical Documentation Check-List”
Don’t tell ‘the story’: Implement a step structure using a Font Set or other Formatting. Use Callouts and Arrows: Show What & Where to systematically cut reading time. This is not the place for Concepts: Rather give an Example and “shoot for gold”. Addressing Issues: Do this in your Blog Space or References to other subject matter written elsewhere. Everything should beContinue reading “How to write a QUICKSTART: “Colorful is nice but aim for Gold””