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August 25, 2014 Meeting – API Technical Writing: What, Why, and How

Have you ever wondered what API technical writers do, and how they go about it? Perhaps you’d like to move into developer-focused documentation yourself, and need some tips on getting started. Join us to discuss what an API is and … Continue reading

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September 15, 2014 Meeting – Content Marketing Meets Intelligent Content Engineering: The Making of The Language of Content Strategy

Time is in short supply. Deadlines are tight. Resources are even tighter. If you’re like most content professionals, you have dozens of great ideas but not enough time, money or experience to bring them to life. But it doesn’t have … Continue reading

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October 20, 2014: Tips with oXygen XML Editor

Using a structured format for encoding information, especially technical information, gives you greater flexibility as a technical communicator to deliver help material. Most structured solutions in this space are based on XML, and while you can work with XML in … Continue reading

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November 17, 2014 Meeting – Engaging Technical Publications with Training and Support

While it is generally agreed that technical communication should be created with knowledge of the intended audience, gaining direct access to that audience can be difficult for technical communicators, especially those aligned more with engineering than with a customer-facing group. … Continue reading

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