January 12, 2015 Passive vs Reactive Documentation, with Greg Koberger

Most documentation today is passive: everyone sees the same documentation, and it could just as effectively be printed in an O’Reilly book and distributed that way.

We know so much about both the documentation and the user; we should be able to do better. “Reactive documentation” morphs and changes based on who the user is, and what their most recent actions were.

In addition to exploring strategies for reactive documentation, we’ll also explore ReadMe.io, and how it can help you with documenting APIs.

About the presenter

greg-kobergerGregory Koberger is the founder of ReadMe.io, which provides collaborative developer hubs for companies or projects. He has previously worked at Mozilla, Greylock, and numerous startups. You can learn more about Greg at gkoberger.net.

Meeting details

Date: January 12, 2015
Networking/social time: 6:00-7:00pm
Presentation time: 7:00-8:00pm+
Location: IHOP Restaurant, 4200 Great America Parkway, Santa Clara, CA 95054
Cost: Free

Note: You don’t have to be an official STC member to attend the meetings.

Slides and recording

Here are the slides and recording from the event.


For a summary of the presentation, see this post on reactive docs on Tom Johnson’s blog.

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