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How Trends in API Documentation Differ from other Tech Comm Trends
March 12 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT
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ABOUT THE WEBINAR
Do you have an interest or experience working on Application Programming Interface (API) documentation? If yes, then this webinar is for you! In this webinar, you will learn from industry giant, Tom Johnson, about API tools, workflows, challenges, and best practices, which are quite distinct from other types of documentation commonly produced by technical writers.
Tom will compare developer documentation trends (gathered from his API Survey) with other more general trends in tech comm (from other industry surveys). The comparison of tools, workflows, and other practices should provide an interesting perspective into the unique world of dev docs. Get involved, and respond to Tom’s survey by March 1, 2020. (You can also check out Tom’s ongoing, live API Survey Results here.)
During the webinar, Tom will present his survey findings and analyze the results. His goal is to share helpful insights to assist technical writers working in the developer documentation space, or on other types of engineering documentation.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Tom Johnson is a senior technical writer for Amazon in Sunnyvale, California. He is best known for his blog idratherbewriting.com, which has one of the largest followings in the TechComm community. Tom has also created an extensive online API Documentation Course, which has helped hundreds of technical writers transition into API documentation.
WEBINAR ACCESS INFORMATION
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