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Lead in the Rowhouse
Dan Goldstein provides a glimpse into technical writing that's not...and why RAQA (Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurance) needs tech comm skills.
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Manager’s Notebook: Developing a Technical Communication Job Ladder
Alyssa Fox explains how managers can create and use the documented job ladder to help their techcomm team members advance in the organization.
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preparing for our first #TWFast5 of the year on Jan 20. We're talking with Patrick Bosek of easyDITA
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Users’ Advocate: Balancing Just-in-Time Support Docs and Customer Experience
Users' Advocate Neal Kaplan looks at balancing creating just-in-time support content and planning content to optimize user experience.
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Structured Writing: The Intrusion of the Management Domain
In structured writing, management domain intrudes on media, document, and subject domains because it deals with the management, not creation, of content.
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LavaCon 2015: Four Take-aways from This Year’s Conference
Ryan Minaker talks LavaCon takeaways: mobile as the new normal, metrics take center stage, DITA is the go-to standard, and the death of paper first design.
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Quality in Structured Writing
If computers have gotten so good at reading language, why do we need structured writing? Mark Baker's case that quality means machines should assist writers.
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The Help Files: Tips & Tricks to Create a LinkedIn Profile Summary
Craig Cardimon finds tips to build your LinkedIn profile summary, which shows your writing ability, career history, and the skills you can offer employers.
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Enterprise UX versus Consumer UX
Enterprise UX and consumer UX design rely on the same principles, but create very different experiences-those that control versus those that hide complexity.
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Technical Writers Struggle with ‘Right to Forget’
Yehoshua Paul on the struggle technical communicators face trying to get SME feedback in light of the right to forget ruling.
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I Think, Ergonomics: What TWs Should Stand For
Stand up, sit down, write, write, write. Dan Goldstein on tech writing ergonomics, the standing desk and the importance of the fidget bar.
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Since 1993, TechWhirl (aka Techwr-l) has provided content management, CXM and  technical communications articles, resources and platform for discussions for technical communicators and technical writers.  

We help the world explore the art of content management and business communications.