What we're about

We're writers, developers, designers, learning professionals, open source folks, and documentation enthusiasts. We develop excellent documentation to make the user experience awesome.

Our group is diverse, inclusive, and friendly, and we're distributed all over Southern California.

Meetups are generally located in the Los Angeles area. Historically, we have focused our in-person gatherings in Pasadena, DTLA, and Santa Monica. We are always on the hunt for new meeting sites, sponsors, and discussion topics.

We also have an ongoing, online conversation:

• on Slack (http://www.writethedocs.org/slack/), in the #los-angeles channel

• on Twitter (@writethedocsla)

To learn more about Write the Docs, please visit the community's website (https://www.writethedocs.org/). We strongly suggest that you explore the wealth of knowledge captured in the archive of conference (https://www.writethedocs.org/conf/) talks (which date back to 2013)!

Please also take time to review the WTD Code of Conduct (https://www.writethedocs.org/code-of-conduct/).

As of March 2021, we have joined the WTD West Coast Quorum (https://www.meetup.com/virtual-write-the-docs-west-coast-quorum/).

Upcoming events (1)

June: Catch up and discussion

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It's been too long since we've had an in-person meetup, so let's fix that! Things have changed a lot over the past two years and it'd be nice to meet new folks and discuss future plans of the group.

This is a hybrid event, so even if you can't make it out to Culver City, feel free to call in virtually.

Things to discuss:

  • Do you prefer in-person, virtual, or hybrid events?
  • Are you interested in giving a talk?
  • Are you looking to learn a new skill or technology?
  • Would you like to help run future events?



10526 Venice Blvd
Culver City, CA 90232

or join virtually!



Parking is on the street. If you can't find a spot in front along Venice, there's usually metered spots on Washington Blvd.



[from https://blog.crashspace.org]

CRASH Space is 501(c)3 non-profit organization that is run by volunteers.

We are a collection of hackers, programmers, builders, makers, and artists.

We promote science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics (STEAM) by teaching classes, participating in events, providing on-line resources, and by running a shared workshop.

Our members use the space to work on their projects, share ideas, and help each other create whatever they envision.

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