Podcast: Five Books to Add to Your Technical Communication Library

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Duration: 20 min.

In this podcast, Heidi Hansen takes 15 minutes to discuss five books that she read over the past year and published book reviews for in the Technical Communication journal that STC publishes.

Rather than being an interview-style podcast episode, this audio was recorded by Heidi at her home PC and quickly traverses the five books so that you can learn some key concepts about each book. The following are the five books that Heidi discusses:

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    I just picked up a new one called PHP for the World Wide Web and it has had allot of great info in it so far. It started off a little basic, but still a great source if you are looking to sharpen your php programming skills.

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