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Latest revision as of 09:34, 23 April 2015

Search-first writing makes you think about the structure of your document and product as a series of topics, instead of a big book. The days of linear documentation are over, or at least numbered. Users are much more likely to come to documentation through searches.

As an open source creator, you may not have a writer to help you out with this, so how can you maximize their return on your minimal investment?

Speaker: Heidi Waterhouse

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