Have you ever stopped to consider why you chose your career path? Was it out of fear? Was it chosen for you? Was it the safe choice? Was it because you always wanted to?
If you’ve ever looked at a lot of modern writing, especially in either business or politics, you’ll know that it’s often anything but authentic.
If you’re considering being a technical writer, there are three essential skills which you need to have. That is if you want to write authentically. Today, I’m going to go over each of them, showing why they’re essential, as well as providing tips and suggestions on how you can improve if you’re light on in any one of them.
If you’re a writer or, actually, any professional, you’ll have had doubts about your abilities, about your level of knowledge, about your level of expertise — perhaps on a regular basis. It needn’t be this way.
If you’re having trouble writing well perhaps, it’s not your inability to express yourself, or your command of English that’s the problem. Perhaps it’s your approach to writing that’s at fault.
Stories aren’t just for little kids, they’re for everyone. With a story, you can show people how beneficial your services is. With a story, you can link in to an unsatisfied need that your reader’s trying to fill. Does your tech content have a story?
In software development most of the limelight usually goes to the developers, contributors, and project maintainers. But are other tasks — especially documentation — any less worthy?
In this post you&rsquo;ll learn what it takes to write a great tech blog post — in 5 simple steps.
Recently I dateed my first book, Zend Framework 2 Foundations and I&rsquo;m really excited. Not only is it on my
I&rsquo;ve been a software developer for close on 14 years now. But for only a precious few moments during those
Looking for an application giving you the ability to organize your writing like sheets of paper, with the power of a web-based app? If so, I&rsquo;ve got the answer!
<p>You may have the best platform in the world, providing the world&rsquo;s greatest <em>security</em> or <em>performance</em>, to a level unmatched by anyone else. But will developers use it?</p>