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Write the Docs Podcast Episode 34: Adding personality to documentation, with Fabrizio Ferri

by Tom Johnson on Jun 26, 2021 •
categories: technical-writingwtd-podcasts

In this podcast, Fabrizio Ferri joins us for a discussion about adding both personal identity and personality to documentation. Why are the docs we write so often anonymous, and does that anonymity work against career progression? Are tech writers, typically introverts, averse to publicity, or does our industry not allow for it? And if you want to be a "personality" in the tech communications world, what do you do? How do you add personality constructively to your work without disrupting corporate brand and consistency?

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