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Upcoming Write the Docs Meetup

by Tom Johnson on Nov 17, 2015 •
categories: technical-writing

Write the Docs has a meetup in downtown San Francisco on Dec. 17. The topic is on creating documentation for startups, and will feature a panel discussion. You can ask questions ahead of time, or come prepared to ask them at the meeting.

Here are the four panelists scheduled for the meetup:

Write the Docs panelists

For more details, see the meetup description.

I’m actually helping identify topics and speakers for the WTD events (as well as for the STC Silicon Valley chapter). I seem to know quite a few people, and I like connecting with various professionals in the area.

I’m impressed by the momentum of Write the Docs. It seems to be growing quickly in many areas of the world. It’s free to join, the meetings are often advertised through meetup.com. There’s even a Write the Docs Slack channel you can join. Slack is like IRC or chatroom software that enables groups to interact.

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