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Become a technical writer and find a new niche that utilizes both your technical knowledge and your passion for writing. Software publishers, computer or engineering companies, and technical consulting services are all looking for qualified technical writers to help them translate complex programming or scientific language into a concise, readable document that anyone can understand.
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An another perspective of viewing the entire documentation process is to understand the process of the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLCC). If you have studied software engineering or how the software development process takes place, you can relate to that.
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Despite a plethora of education and training programs many consultants offering the corporates, most development programs are a waste of time and money! Why do the training programs fail? Because there is a fundamental problem with them! Read on to find out what this problem is and how to fix it.
API documentation covers every description, endpoints, parameters, etc. It gives the user an idea about the tool, without which it is highly difficult to use it. It has a direct impact on the API’s adoption.