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Ramesh R
1. Critical Thinking in technical writing

Critical Thinking skills comes automatically as a writer becomes experienced over a period of time. Learning to write and transforming the ideas into writing help develop critical thinking aspects/skills. A clear set of phases/activities are inititated in the human brain as part of critical thinking. This article helps to understand the learning basics, learning process and the impact of writing that drives critical thinking skills. This is a good read for all our technical writing friends across the globe.

7 years ago

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2. Global Dashboard - Metrics for documentation processes This article presents an overview of the global dashboard and the related metrics for all regions, specifically for documentation teams. This helps the user to understand and gain more knowledge on the metrics, measures and quality standards used for content management, portal management, elearning systems teams.
9 years ago
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3. Knowledge Management An overview of knowledge management in corporate companies with the basics providing information peratining to such knowledge management teams that lead to greater organizational growth and individuals growth also.
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4. Learning - by sharing information

The key aspects of learning evolve by sharing or exchanging information with your peers. For a technical writer, it is very much important to focus/target towards a technical topic. This article presents a short information about the key aspects of learning and the methods/techniques used to enable the learning curve.

8 years ago

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5. Quick Tips: Writing a Marketing Plan

Marketing plan is the first prerequisite once the company decides with bringing the product to the market. It is important to analyze market conditions, growth aspects before starting to release any product. A marketing plan document is a good start and plays a very important role in understanding the market better. This plan discusses several different aspects of marketing strategy.

9 years ago, and updated 7 years ago

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6. Social Media in Technical Communication http://www.tcworld.info/index.php?id=130
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Julia Bertschinger
7. Teaching old thumbs new tricks - Tech Writing Blog

When I took a typing classs (not a keyboarding class, and yes, I know that dates me) I was taught that words had one space between them and sentences had two spaces in between them. Therefore, my thumbs, whose only job was to hit the space bar, learned that when a period was the last key typed, they had to hit the space bar twice instead of only once. They were good at this and were quite proud of their skill.

Now the rules have changed. The convention, especially for�material to be read on a screen, is that sentences have only one space between them. My thumbs have been rebelling. When I type, they want to put TWO spaces after a period. When I am typing something formal, in addition to checking my spelling and grammar, I also need to�check how many spaces are between each sentence.

Luckily, my thumbs are starting to adjust, and I am finding fewer and fewer double spaces between sentences. Thumbs can learn new tricks.

7 years ago

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Peter Gruenbaum
8. The Five Biggest API Documentation Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Good API documentation can have a tremendous impact on whether a software platform is adopted. However, too often API documentation ends up being confusing and hard to follow, which results in developers choosing another way to accomplish their goals. This article describes five common mistakes that are made in creating API documentation and describes solutions to avoiding those mistakes. Following good API documentation practices can provide developers with the content that they need to be able to take full advantage of a software platform's capabilities. 

8 years ago, and updated 7 years ago
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9. What is technical writing? About technical writing and the knowledge domain.
9 years ago, and updated 9 years ago
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10. Writing as a process Writing applies to any sort of information. However, writing in general is a generic process that involves many components. Writing itself is a big process that includes many things within itself. It is not easy to write and convey information to end user. Writing require experience, grammar skills, domain knowledge, process knowledge, etc. By this, we would be able to understand the importance of writing.
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