Climate change. Global warming. Call it what you will. It could be a huge opportunity for some enterprising technical communicator.
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In the not-so-distant future, user assistance will be delivered to new custom devices, using new categories of applications. What does this mean for help designers?
According to WritePoint's DITA challenges survey, some writers have trouble making the shift from traditional technical writing to the topic-oriented paradigm. Their employers would do well to invest in training.
Leadership tips for consultants, based on the career of former Carolina Hurricanes captain Rod Brind'Amour.
It's been said that DITA has already seen its best days, that it's struggling to remain relevant in a world that's passed it by. Here's why I disagree.
It's often said that moving to DITA is a paradigm shift. But for the accomplished technical communicator, it also represents a return to some classic principles of the profession.
If you're a technical communicator, you almost certainly found 2009 to be a year full of challenges. As we enter 2010, what can you do to help yourself in your career? Here are four resolutions to get you started.