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Author Archives: Jenny Hutton
We are pleased to welcome Kevin Hufnagle to STC-SV this month! Many of us writers have at least a passing familiarity with accessibility best practices for the domains that we document. However, is our documentation itself accessible? This talk will … Continue reading
Hosted this year at San Jose State University, TC Camp is a weekend of collaboration and creative energy. At this popular techcomm getaway, you’ll do more than talk shop with Silicon Valley’s best technical communicators – you’ll come away with … Continue reading
Would you look at that – the next meeting’s right around the corner! STC Berkeley welcomes back Andrew Davis of Synergistech early next month, and we’re excited to host a local viewing party for Silicon Valley members to get together … Continue reading
One last excuse to cause trouble before the new year – it’s our annual Holiday Schmooze! Join us on Monday, 12/17 for fine victuals, cordials, and any other “-als” on the menu at Steins Beer Garden in Mountain View. Mingle with STC … Continue reading
Two leadership positions are open for next January’s chapter elections! This year, we have been extremely fortunate to have Karie Fraley and Lena Hunter serve the vital roles of Vice President and Treasurer respectively. I’d like to extend a huge … Continue reading
This month, Maria A. Flores speaks about producing documentation in the fast-growing field of cybersecurity. Cybersecurity skills are in high demand, yet in short supply. We, as technical communicators, can transition our writing and related experience into this booming domain. … Continue reading
Dave Gardner will discuss what a technical communicator must learn and keep current with. Also, touched on will be the required skills, tools, terminologies and complexities of the industries, fields, and topics in which we work. This discussion looks at technical … Continue reading