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Upcoming API Documentation Workshop in Mountain View, Calif., on August 30, 2019

by Tom Johnson on Jul 8, 2019 •
categories: api-doc

I'm giving an API Documentation Workshop in Mountain View, California, on August 30, 2019. Although I've given more than a dozen API documentation workshops at various conferences over the past several years, this one is different. For this workshop, I'm organizing it myself. You can register on Eventbrite.

Previous API workshops I’ve given have usually been by request through some organizing sponsor, such as STC group, private company, or conference. But I’ve come to wonder if that organizing group is even necessary, so I’ll just experiment at least once giving the workshop on my own, marketing it myself, setting up the venue myself, handling registration myself, etc. If it’s successful, I’ll repeat it regularly. And if it’s not, I’ll at least have more experience running an event.

Here are the details:

Event Description

API Documentation Workshop

Title: API Documentation Workshop
Instructor: Tom Johnson
Date: August 30, 2019
Venue: Computer History Museum
Location: Mountain View, California
Time: 9am to 5pm
(arrive 8:30am) Cost: $399 before Aug 1, $499 after Aug 1

Here’s a description of the API documentation workshop:

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If you have any questions, just reach out to me at [email protected].

(By the way, the above title, description, and link are pulled from EventBrite directly through the Retrieve an Event endpoint in the EventBrite API. This is something you’ll learn to do in the workshop.)

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About Tom Johnson

Tom Johnson

I'm a technical writer / API doc specialist based in the Seattle area. In this blog, I write about topics related to technical writing and communication — such as software documentation, API documentation, visual communication, information architecture, writing techniques, plain language, tech comm careers, and more. Check out simplifying complexity and API documentation for some deep dives into these topics. If you're a technical writer and want to keep on top of the latest trends in the field, be sure to subscribe to email updates. You can also learn more about me or contact me.