There aren't many days when you don't come across blogs or documentation while working in tech.Technical writing is an important skill for professionals in the tech industry, as it allows them to clearly and effectively communicate technical information to their audience.
Whether you are writing a blog post, creating documentation for a software application, or producing a user manual, effective technical writing is essential for ensuring that your message is understood by your readers.
This talk covers the fundamentals so your next piece of content will be well-organized, easy to understand, and something you can leverage to grow your career.
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Over the last two years, I have spent countless hours curating technical posts for industry leaders such as JetBrains, SUSE, and others.
The words, as well as the ease with which they convey technical knowledge, have greatly improved over time and iterations, and this talk contains these countless experiences.
Here is a non-exhaustive list of my previous work: https://hrittikhere.github.io/blogs/
Session author's bio
Hrittik is currently a final year undergrad, a technical writer and a CNCF Ambassador, who has previously worked at various startups helping them scale their content efforts. He loves diving deep into distributed systems and creating articles on them and has spoken at conferences such as Azure Cloud Summit, UbuCon Asia and Kubernetes Community Days - Lagos and Chennai among others! His best days are when he finds ways to create impact in the communities he’s a part of either by code, content, or mentorship!
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