What we're about

We are people who care about making the reader experience awesome by delivering excellent documentation. We are writers, developers, designers, learning professionals, and documentation enthusiasts. Come to our meetup and strategize how to make documentation great, and meet others in the Bay Area who care about documentation.

** To see events for all the local WTD groups (San Francisco, East Bay, and South Bay/Peninsula), click Meetups (https://www.meetup.com/Write-the-Docs-SF/events/).

** Access our GitHub repo, https://github.com/San-Francisco-Write-The-Docs .

** Read the Write the Docs Code of Conduct at http://www.writethedocs.org/code-of-conduct/ .

Upcoming events (1)

Roundtable: New to the field!

Online event

Whether you're a newly-minted technical writer, looking to get into the profession, or a seasoned campaigner - bring your ideas, questions, and resources for this session. We'll talk about getting into the tech writing field and getting up to speed once you're in.

The topics we will discuss include:
- First job as a technical writer (both landing the job and doing the job)
- Technical skills in technical writing
- Contributing to open source projects (if you have an open-source plug, bring you pitch!)

We also want to hear from you about topics you are interested in. Participate in the poll below to let us know what you want to see addressed during the roundtable. We'll select three topics from audience contribution and publish the final list of the topics one week before the event.

Poll to submit or vote for a topic: https://poll.ly/#/2pBaerVk

After the event, we'll aggregate all the resources mentioned in this event and publish them on our official website.

AGENDA
(listed in Pacific times)
7:00 to 7:10 - Social networking
7:10 to 7:15 - Announcements
7:15 to 7:55 - Roundtable discussion
7:55 to 8:00 - Closing

NOTE:
This meeting will be recorded. Also be advised that the Zoom room for this meeting is capped at 100 attendees. If more than 100 individuals RSVP for the event, only the first 100 attendees who enter the Zoom room will be able to attend.

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