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Learning Ubiquity P1: Minimalist Documentation

It has been over a month since my last post -testing has taken a backseat to reading research in social learning theory and technical communications.  But now I have some more solid ideas I want to share in this 3-part series. Today I am going to talk about a typical users, how they learn, and the principals of minimalist documentation.  If you want to skip the fluff, head to the minimalist style guidelines for Ubiquity’s documentation. Reasoning (skip this if

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