References to interesting publications on documentation, team collaboration, and software development.

Name Short Description Authors Publication Date
While targeting on building a strategy for an API from a management point of view, this book also provides a chapter on documentation issues in the context of creating and selling an API.
2011
A Roadmap for Writing, Editing, and Architecting in DITA.
2012
Working within this conceptual framework, Rebecca Wirfs-Brock and Alan McKean present how user requirements, system architecture, and design patterns all contribute to the design of an effective object model. They introduce a rich vocabulary that designers can use to discuss aspects of their designs, discuss design trade-offs, and offer practical guidelines for enhancing the reliability and flexibility of applications. In addition, case studies and real-world examples demonstrate how the principles and techniques of Responsibility-Driven Design apply to real-world software designs.
2003
A book about Gamification: Why Games Make Us Better and How They Can Change the World.
2011
Introduction to modular documentation.
2003
Great information on actually document software systems in an agile way. Currently only available in German.
2012
This book is about creating a remarkable career in software development. In most cases, remarkable careers don’t come by chance. They require thought, intention, action, and a willingness to change course when you’ve made mistakes. Most of us have been stumbling around letting our careers take us where they may. It’s time to take control.
2009
The book shows how to create and evolve use cases.
2000
An introduction into using roles and stakeholders in documentation (in German).
2010