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There’s more to technical communication than writing. You need a various skills, too. Some of which deviate from the usual focus on tools and techniques.
Here are our favourite posts from 2010 on skills.
We’ve been very lucky to forge some good relationships in the tech comm world. And a few of those fine folk have agreed to write guest posts in this space. Not only do those posts allow us to take a break, but they bring some different and interesting voices to the conversation here.
2010 was a banner year for guest posts. Here are the guest posts that appeared on the blog in 2010:
If you’re in technical communication for the long haul, or plan to be, you need to think carefully about your career. Here are a few of our favourite posts from 2010 that focus on career matters.
While many in our profession focus on the technical part, we believe that good writing is important, too. Here are some of our favourite posts on writing from 2010.
It’s that time of year again. We’re taking a much-needed break over the next couple of weeks to relax and recharge.
So, that means there won’t be any new posts in this space until January 3. That said, we’ll be highlighting some of our favourite posts from 2010 over the next week or so. Enjoy.