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If a job posting is calling for SDLC experience, they probably want someone who
will be comfortable documenting theirs. This is common if the company is
developing in a regulated environment where their entire development process
must be documented from end-to-end. User manuals will not differ significantly,
but you'll probably also be writing a lot of internal, "under the hood" stuff
that documents the actual development of the product.
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From: "Tech Writer" <tech-writer -at- live -dot- com>
> I've seen job postings requesting SDLC experience for tech writers. I've
> worked within software delivery cycles, but have never been aware of a name
> for the particular methodology being employed.
> For those that have worked under a strict standard methodology, how does it
> impact your technical writing? For instance, how does your documentation
> differ between an Agile development vs Scrum vs Unified Process?
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