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Software developer Filipe Mendes gave a talk on how he promoted the value of developer documentation within his team, and went through the core issues that he faced along the way.
Freelance technical communicator Chris Ward gave a talk at Write the Docs Vilnius on the opportunities and challenges present in decentralized documentation for projects like Ethereum.
Hadas Khen delivered this excellent talk on how to improve the microcopy of your software interface, which also provided a basic introduction to microcopy.
Write the Docs – Defying the Status Quo: How a grassroots effort can transform an organization by Jodie Putrino
Jodie Putrino is a technical writer at F5. She shares how she began a grassroots documentation effort that eventually changed how her whole company approaches docs.
Paul Wallace is a former translator and technical writer. He talked to us about localization for your documentation and the process you should go through to ensure success.
Alicja Raszkowska is a software engineer at Mobify, and also a passionate fan of drawing. In this talk, she explains how she incorporates drawing in her documentation.
Technical writer at Mapbox Heather Stenson talked to us about Friends of the Docs, which you can build in order to improve your documentation productivity.
Write the Docs is a global conference for documentarians. Write the Docs Portland 2019 was the biggest yet, and we share our experience of the conference this year.
Karen explained to us how we can become more enlightened thinkers by learning the necessary skills to critique some of the arguments we encounter every day.
Translation and localization projects can be time-consuming, difficult and expensive. Professional translator Karen Tkaczyk tells us how to make translations go more smoothly.