Vinish Garg - Issue #17 [Content]

Good Monday morning! Welcome to the next Readings issue on [Content]. We have posts on API Docs, Wats
Vinish Garg - Issue #17 [Content]
By Vinish Garg • Issue #45
Good Monday morning! Welcome to the next Readings issue on [Content]. We have posts on API Docs, Watson and Cognitive Computing, Message Architecture, Content Testing, Bots and Tech Comm, CMS vs CCMS, and Content Folks at a hackathon!

Continuous Integration & Collaboration in Code Repositories for REST API Docs
API documentation is an often overlooked part of making any API a success.
Elementary, My Dear Watson: the Editor as Detective
Editing requires many of the same skills as a detective, and uncovering means, motive, and opportunity can assist writers in being more effective.
The age of accountability: Unifying marketing and technical content with Adobe Experience Manager
Organizations can no longer funnel people into convenient pre-sales and post-sales categories, so organizations need to align their content creation efforts
Getting Tourism Saskatchewan involved in the discovery process for their content strategy project
Tourism Saskatchewan was motivated to modernize content practices, and CSI was more than happy to help.
Fun Brand Message Architecture Tool: Use for Your Content Marketing Strategy
Just as you don’t build a house without a floor plan, you shouldn’t create content without a message architecture.
When Should We Turn to Content Testing?
I’ve been pretty lucky in that each of the three UX design teams I’ve worked on as a content strategist has had a UX researcher shepherding us. 
Rebooting with bots: The future of (assisted) technical documentation
Conversational interfaces are able to supply basic information for customer queries or give information in accordance with the frequent searches and FAQ.
Web CMS versus Component CMS – Which for When? 
My colleague Chip Gettinger and I have a long-running online conversation about various intersections between his world of content strategy and mine of software and content globalization. 
Are content professionals represented at hackathons? - Ed Marsh
My wife recently attended a weekend-long hackathon. I noticed that no one at the competition was a content strategist or content professional. 
Computing in the Age of Cognitive Systems
Have you heard the term “Cognitive Computing” and wondered what it is, how it works, and how it might affect you?
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