Moved AI pages into their own collection and space
The API documentation course is already more than 900 pages when printed as a PDF, and I didn’t want to expand the PDF beyond this already length. By putting the AI content into its own space, it will be easier for readers to find and navigate the content. The highest interest right now for many tech writers is to understand how to apply AI to documentation techniques, workflows, and processes.
See the AI and docs menu on my top navigation. This menu has two options:
- AI tech comm series: Contains use cases for using AI with tech comm, including prompt engineering techniques for doc scenarios and more.
- AI category posts: Contains all the posts that I’ve added to my ai category.
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