Sydney Write the Docs meetup next week

If you’re interested in technical documentation or technical communication, and if you’re in Sydney on 15 August, you’re invited to this meetup!

The Write the Docs Sydney meetup is a welcoming, diverse group of people who get together to chat about technical documentation. You don’t need to be a technical writer to join. All you need is an interest in technical communication. Any perspective is welcome and valued.

Meetup details

Date and time: Thursday 15 August 2019 at 6 pm.

Place: The Google offices, 48 Pirrama Road, Pyrmont (map).

Theme: It’s all about communication.

Signup/registration: Meetup

Speakers

I’m delighted by the difference in perspective and subject matter that the two speakers offer at this meetup.

Sanket Totewar is a technical writer, digital product manager, and strategist. His talk is titled, Measuring success in terms of documentation.

Sara Ratner is a specialist and researcher in education. Her session will revolve around the importance of teaching communication skills in the classroom.

Hope to see you there!

You can find out more about Write the Docs at the Write the Docs website. For more about Australian meetups in Sydney and other cities, visit Write the Docs Australia on Meetup.

Are you interested in speaking at a future event? Add a comment to the meetup when you register, or add a comment to this blog.

About Sarah Maddox

Technical writer, author and blogger in Sydney

Posted on 5 August 2019, in technical writing, Write the Docs and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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