Technical Writer's Workshop

Drupal Camp Asheville 2023 - IN PERSON - July 7th-9th

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Marjorie Freeman
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My overall responsibility as a community advocate is to support technical communities (specifically enterprise architects) by providing communications and content support, as well as serving as a community liaison. As an Enterprise Architecture Office IT Analyst (Contractor) for Danaher, I bring my talent for building meaningful connections between stakeholders, jumpstarting innovation, and creating assets to help document the project lifecycle and its success.

In short, I help technical leaders share their stories with the rest of the organization and the world.

AmyJune Hineline
Linux Foundation
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AmyJune works with the Linux Foundation as their Certificate Community Architect and is responsible for supporting the Certification team’s efforts in building and maintaining exams and related documentation for exam products in the Linux Foundation’s certification portfolio.

Technical Writer's Workshop

Are you an architect, consultant, or engineer looking for another way to amplify your expertise? This workshop will share how you can do just that through writing. 

This workshop explores overcoming the fears of publishing, getting started with an idea, and refining and crafting an article you can be proud of. 

The advice given in this workshop is meant for people new to writing and can help reinforce information veteran writers may be familiar with. The information is also pliable enough to be adapted to people looking to flesh out a topic for an oral presentation.

This workshop aims to dispel the myths around writing, make them feel more comfortable sharing their experience, and provide them with platforms to get started (Enable Architect, Enable Sysadmin, The Enterprisers Project, and

Who is your ideal audience member, the person who would get the most out of your training?

This workshop is an excellent fit for you if you’ve ever felt uncomfortable about writing or wanted to write but found yourself thinking:
- “What would I write about?”
- “I’m not an expert in anything.”
- "I can't narrow down a topic"

What do you expect people to be able to take away from your training?

The workshop covers:
- Impostor syndrome
- Finding a topic
- Creating an outline
- Creating a great article

How much and what kind of technical knowledge do people need going in to your training?