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This Write the Docs Talk was given by Nicola Yap. Nicola has been in tech writing for over 20 years but joined Google in 2019. She’s co-lead of the Google Tech Writer Onboarding Team.
This Write the Docs talk was given by Katherine Karaus. Katherine is content strategist at Squarespace.
Write the Docs: Writing Documentation with Neurodivergent Open Source Contributors In Mind – Rin Oliver
This Write the Docs Portland talk was given by Rin Oliver. Rin is a technical community builder at Kamundo. Rin is multiply neurodivergent.
This Write the Docs Portland talk was given by Ines Stefanovic. Ines worked as a tester then as a technical writer, and now is a software quality engineer with IBM.
Write the Docs: Almost None to Some: Driving DISQO's Doc Culture as a Solo Documentarian – Falon Darville
This Write the Docs Portland talk was given by Falon Darville. She is a private investigator turned technical writer. She’s the sole technical writer at DISQO and they’re headquartered in Glenville, CA.
Write the Docs: Building a style guide from the ground up: lessons learned from a lone writer – Deanna Thompson
The Write the Docs Portland talk was given by Deanna Thompson. Deanna spent 2 years teaching college English before becoming a technical writer at Tech Elevator. She is a Docs-as-Code enthusiast.
This talk at Write the Docs Portland 2021 was given by Jessica Garson. Jessica works for Twitter as a developer advocate. She spends a lot of time creating tutorials.
This talk at Write the Docs Portland was given by Daniele Procida. Daniele works at Divio but is soon leaving for a new challenge.
This talk at Write the Docs Portland 2021 was given by Abigail McCarthy. Abigail remembers what it was like first getting involved in open source.