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Using Inspections to Improve the Quality of Product Documentation and Code

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Improving the quality of technical documentation is not solely the responsibility of the individual writer. Through a form of peer review, known as inspections, technical writers, editors, development personnel, and customers can work as a collaborative team to create defect-free information: online help, training, and paper documentation. Inspections, begun in the 1970s to detect defects in software, can be used by writers to improve the quality of their documentation and to bring an engineering rigor and process to the job of reviewing technical product information.
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Document Type: Journal Article

Publication date: 1995-08-01

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