The NuneX Method: A 7-Step Guide for Documenting Technical Projects Successfully

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The methodological system known as The NuneX Method, so named after its developer, Richard Nuñez, took over 14 years of experience, documentation, and experimenting to develop and refine into a workable documentation system. This system can handle the influx of progress and change within information technology and be utilized as a form of technical knowledge management. The main objectives for this methodology are for any technical professional to properly document a project, system implementation, work request, ...
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Overview

The methodological system known as The NuneX Method, so named after its developer, Richard Nuñez, took over 14 years of experience, documentation, and experimenting to develop and refine into a workable documentation system. This system can handle the influx of progress and change within information technology and be utilized as a form of technical knowledge management. The main objectives for this methodology are for any technical professional to properly document a project, system implementation, work request, or repair, and maintain a personal library of their own for reference and professional growth. It can even serve as a gauge to measure the success an IT professional achieves as one improves and becomes more aware and open to new ideas and techniques. Use of The NuneX Method can certainly contribute to an IT professional's own personal success story and be a tool to utilize anytime and anywhere. It was developed by an IT professional for IT professionals, namely those who work in the technical areas within Information Technology.

The NuneX Method is a proven 7-step process for technical documentation techniques for IT professionals who work in technical and engineering level positions.

The 7 steps are:

1. Pre-Documentation

2. Planning

3. Security

4. Notation
5. Documenting

6. Refinement

7. Maintenance & Updating

Following these 7 steps will allow an IT professional to achieve greater documentation and allow for better quality service and professional advancement within a technical career.

Author Richard Nuñez presents his methodology in an easy-to-follow format, complete with practical, real-world exercises to enhance the learning process.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780595325856
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/28/2005
  • Pages: 196
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.02 (h) x 0.49 (d)

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