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I am thrilled and honoured to announce my collaboration with Mekon on the topic of the S1000D Business Rules.
I’ll be teaching the S1000D Business Rules on their behalf. If you are interested, then please check out the training course outline here.
Apart from that I will be contributing monthly flash (i.e. very short and easily understandable) articles on business rules. You can read the first one here.
In this first article you will see that we won’t narrow the topic of business rules only to the S1000D but also to the necessity, sense, content and value of the business rules in general. So you can forward it to anyone in your team or your program even if they are neither acquainted with S1000D in detail nor with the concept of business rules yet.
I’m looking forward to hear your opinions to various aspects of business rules we will touch in this series.
Click here to go to the article.